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Author Name: Freemaybememories 6 Comments
Date Added: March 28, 2007 15:03:25 Average Score: (Needs 2)
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The autumn of your eyes
I rain like a hurricane
But shine like prisms on a wet day
If this world was void of dissension 
Voices unheard would not be lost away
In a dimension where the cold hearted
Lack apprehension and the truth be told
We; Young, Careless, and Free
Understand little of our destiny
 
There in a dark desolate forest
A melting candle of wax dripped
And we felt infinite
But were we just infinitely trapped?
In locust swarm of fear
I cling to your soft embrace
I doubt regression was ever this beautiful
Orange skys bleed though
The autumn of your eyes
Infinity lacked subtlety
And we spent forever over looking the Charles River
Bending, Unyielding, and Unrelenting
 
Lets fall
Away from the past toward the lies
For just one second let me live
At the speed of light squared
Where matter equals energy
And if at that time they are the same, then
Tell me what defines them individually
A purple heart for peace
Shot in the hearts of man
I fall away from the earth
Out of deaths grasp
 
When everything is hopeless
Lets laugh
 
 
 
Author's Notes:
i seriously just wrote this in 2 seconds its not even good
i also edited this poem on 4/7
 
 
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Comments:
Comment By: FreeCindy Bendel on April 11, 2007 11:36:55 PM Report
I wish I could do this in 2 seconds....great piece.

~Cindy

Comment By: FreeHannah Mae on April 7, 2007 02:54:09 AM Report
Neat!! I swear we're reading this stuff in American lit. I believe they call this modernism :)

It's really cool

~Shanna

Comment By: FreeLeonard Wilson on April 6, 2007 05:13:54 PM Report
Some great imagery, Shoaib...That must be an Irish name, right???...This poem seems to cover the whole map, but the descriptions of images is first-rate stuff...len
Comment By: Freebloodtear on April 3, 2007 09:58:13 AM Report
orange skys bleed though

the autumn of your eyes

infinity lacked subtlety

 

these lines were my fave, another awesome write, hope youve been well hun =)

Comment By: FreeGlata on March 30, 2007 12:11:25 PM Report
I'm floating in circles...but wow! Writing without thinking seems to work pretty well!

Hugs...

glata

Comment By: FreeRachel on March 28, 2007 05:15:43 PM Report
for some reason this reminds me of my favorite book and even if you were writing without thinking I really liked it.



the book it reminded me of was called The Perks of being a Wallflower.



it's amazing.



~~Rach~~








 


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