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Author Name: Premiummazurekd 5 Comments
Date Added: July 02, 2012 19:07:44 Average Score: (Needs 2)
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Last Word and Testament of Just Me
Pages of papers are scattered almost everywhere.
The hearts emotions wait here and some over there.

Rhymes left incomplete with the stain of wasted tears.
Fragments birthed for cleansing the bittersweet years.

Yet memories live on with crumble letters from the past.
The words pleading for closure from the first to the last.

 "Free the heart on parchment and open the lost and found.Ē
"Let the words final resting place be buried in a ghost town."
But yesterday is still in a hiatus for writing any more down.
 The living will of my heart has testified before the home town.
For every morning upon rising the words never fell asleep.
I think of you always and can't wait for the heart to speak.
How can I escape words that thrive to birth a living dream?
A constant ache in the heart is to release today's love theme.
Will any poet's ever retire their papers and pen?
To finally walk with expressive love hand in hand.
Or continued to trek in the words that line ones soul.
Documenting passion daily takes a heartrending toll.
Silence the heartís cry and submerge it with solitude.
Donít let words left on paper continue their royal rule?
Cast away the quills into the deep grave waters of the soul.
Bury all the pending chapters to the depths with a drum roll.
But words will find another heart as we leave our clay covered home.
Immortality for a prisoner exchange for poetry under the astral dome.
Author's Notes:
Well when you pay for cable tv you have to watch it sometimes.
I rather write my heart's desire which might be better then Showtime?
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Comment By: FreeTristan on November 5, 2012 06:12:06 PM Report
You're right, Dan, poetry has many powers over people -- especially over those who write it, using it to explore their thoughts, to expose their hearts, to announce their passions and to serve as a volume that describes their raison d'etre.  As you suggest, we can use poetry as a pathway to memories and, at times, a way of gaining closure in situations where it might be required.  It can remind us of our dreams, expose our fears, reflect our weakenesses or give us a wings with which we can fly.  To the ones of us who use it as a way of seeing in the mirror of our inner-self, poetry can bring light to the darkness and make meaningful noise where there is too much silence.  You have written quite a treatise here.  Nice job.  Tristan
Comment By: FreeHenry M. on November 5, 2012 05:15:16 PM Report
You've outdone yourself with this one Dan, this is great!   Henry
Comment By: FreeShe Whispers on July 3, 2012 02:28:57 PM Report

Dan.... I am in awe!! This is a Masterpiece .... ***** What else can I say!!!

 I to understand all its meaning .... Sounds like my world through the years!!

 Love ~India (( She Whispers

Comment By: FreeFirestone Feinberg on July 2, 2012 08:49:46 PM Report
This is absolutely gorgeous!  It's a bit above my level of understanding, but I can see the beauty and majesty of the Whole.  Outstanding words, Dan.  --David
Comment By: PremiumKymberly Donn on July 2, 2012 07:43:00 PM Report
If this is an example Dan, writing your heats desire is WAY better than Showtime!! Let your muse out more often my friend!



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