My Whispers (poem)

Return my whispers back to me

Those silver stones of destiny

Which others blessed my eyes to see

That from restraints I would be free


Each dream at night an open door

Each lingered light which yearned for more

Was I the sight they waited for

Or just a might whose hopes restore


The stars in heaven danced for me

Hearts set adrift I offered more

We delved into worth wishing for

That for a time lost youths breathed free


As shallow winds rushed by our door

We dreams explored our destiny

A brand new flare our world to see

As fantasy some truth restore


From other’s hopes I soon was free

But our new dawn I couldn’t see

For it was past my destiny

Return my whispers back to me

Music only

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DJ Anderson 3 years ago

You write with the feel of silk to flesh. Your words dance around

yet, bring such sadness to the heart. Such contradiction to, what is

and what could have been.

Incredibly beautiful, yet inconsolably sad.


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billybuc 3 years ago from Olympia, WA

Good morning Martin! Thank you for starting my day off with a touch of beauty.

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kidscrafts 3 years ago from Ottawa, Canada

Very beautiful but sad poem! Beautiful picture at the top. I like the music too!

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ImKarn23 3 years ago

i notice that you have a deep and abiding love for the world! The heavens, the changing seasons, the stars, weather - you weave them throughout your poetic stories consistently and beautifully!

Regrets suck, eh M?


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vkwok 3 years ago from Hawaii

I love the flow of the poem. It's so full of love and life.

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BlossomSB 3 years ago from Victoria, Australia

A lovely, nostalgic poem, Martin.

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Gypsy Rose Lee 3 years ago from Riga, Latvia

Voted up and awesome. Lovely whispers indeed.

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teaches12345 3 years ago

This was a nice break from my day. Love the poetry and dream of hope.

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