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Author Name: FreeHcivolmra 4 Comments
Date Added: April 15, 2012 12:04:47 Average Score: (Needs 2)
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Type: Rhyming
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Sing the Song
within the creatures eye,
sings a fallen lullaby,
of actions portrayed,
by the moonlit arayed
soldiers of death's lies,
causing arrogance to supply the rotting flies.
a disaster waiting to be formed,
sings a song to be mourned,
within the deeper shadow's eye,
teardrops form when peace dies,
within the souless desire to save,
the wounded sister from her grave.
an old life once liberated,
sings a song venereated,
by the ages of man.
Author's Notes:
forgive my long absence, I was dealing with a personal issue. I am back now though. This poem is about a song in which a peice of it flows in every thing.
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Comment By: FreeAlistair Muir on April 17, 2012 02:41:58 AM Report
It is so nice to have you back...and back in force with this lyrical beauty -- as deep as this is wonderful to read...Amazing Language and rhyme -- a splendid return --


Comment By: FreeGraham Jones on April 16, 2012 07:43:55 AM Report
As powerful and deep as ever John, never one to take half measures all or nothing I often think describes your writing,good to see you back~Graham
Comment By: FreeFirestone Feinberg on April 15, 2012 08:28:42 PM Report
I think I'd have to read this poem 100 times before I could say i understand it.  I wish I weren't so dense.  Regardless, I did enjoy reading it -- and it gave me unusual feelings.  Glad you're back, John.  --David
Comment By: FreeLady Dragonwyck on April 15, 2012 12:54:04 PM Report
I did enjoy this write.  Welcome back; look forward to more from you. 

Lady Dragonwyck  


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