A World Torn Apart (poem)

A silent sound of nothing fills his heart

As music of sweet spring reclaims the air

Another night for world so torn apart

While morning’s Joy is blooming everywhere

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The rainbows spread the colors of his pain

From rains whose wash is promise to renew

Reminder of his sorrowful refrain

The sunshine’s twinkle in the flower’s dew

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His cries are filled with sad unanswered whys

As all of nature answers call to love

While years of seconds pass before his eyes

His spring continues wonders from above

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Yet as he turns toward spring’s warm welcome door

He hears you will not see her anymore

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ImKarn23 2 years ago

Very, very poignant my friend..

Perhaps he waited too many millions of seconds? Life doesn't seem to put up with much dilly-dallying..

It hurts every day and it's joyous every day..

Crazy man...xx

Have a great hump day, M!


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bravewarrior 2 years ago from Central Florida

How sad to be so heartbroken as to miss the beauty of Spring. I picture him on the outside looking in. So sad.


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tsmog 2 years ago from Escondido, CA

An amazing introduction to the wonderment of thought vigilant upon both reflection and introspective. Thank you for offering contrast while presenting a comparison revealing truths for any person, of least myself as I seek seeing again . . . Nice!

tim


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sujaya venkatesh 2 years ago

thought-provoking mhat


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billybuc 2 years ago from Olympia, WA

Sadly beautiful!


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BlossomSB 2 years ago from Victoria, Australia

Beautiful poem, and so sad.


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Jodah 2 years ago from Queensland Australia

Sad but pleasanrt read Martin.


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vkwok 2 years ago from Hawaii

Sad but amazing poetry, Martin!


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Gypsy Rose Lee 2 years ago from Riga, Latvia

Voted up and beautiful. You spin magical tales with your poetic words.

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