Misery

Misery

Misery called me, like a castle without his queen.

His angles found me.

They danced, like faires in their flight,

Until they found me.

Empty smiles, and late night wars,

Own me.

His angles dance, as they hold me.

Two ships crashed into the middle of the night,

What if they could reach Titan, or Gaynamede,

Would the sun still rise?

And where is my treasure?

Would X mark the spot, or caution me of the poison?

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nighthag 5 years ago from Australia

oh this was sublime,

every line painting a picture so rich and layered that is a shame it end so soon.


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Rajan Dhir 5 years ago from Delhi, India

It is beautiful.

Thank you for sharing it!


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Tracy Robinson 5 years ago from Box Springs, Georgia Author

Thank you nighthag. Maybe there is a book in there;) I looked at you page, and decided to follow you. I am sure that I can learn from your style.


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Tracy Robinson 5 years ago from Box Springs, Georgia Author

Rajan Dhir, thank you for the nice comment. I am following you now.


jami l. pereira 5 years ago

Very lovely , i voted up


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epigramman 5 years ago

.....the only misery for me now is your poem had to end - each line could have easily led to another poem or poetic thought altogether - and that takes a special writer to pull off something like that ......

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Tracy Robinson 5 years ago from Box Springs, Georgia Author

Jami, Thanks for reading my poem. I am glad that you liked it.


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Tracy Robinson 5 years ago from Box Springs, Georgia Author

Epigramman, glad you enjoyed it. Means so much from the "Poet of the Year." Such kind and encouraging words. Thank You!


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Cresentmoon2007 5 years ago from Caledonia, MI

This poem intrigues me. It's absolutely wonderful and I can find myself able to relate.


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Tracy Robinson 5 years ago from Box Springs, Georgia Author

Hey Cresent Moon. Thanks for reading;)

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