Only Bounds: Poem
After doing a year of almost exclusively writing free and blank verse poetry, I'm wanting to rediscover my original poetic joys of using rhyme and consistent rhythm. Here's a piece I wrote that I don't want to submit for mass publication, so I'm posting it here on my hub. It's probably sappy, though that's not my intention. It's many just that I like these particular words and how they sound together.
I hope you enjoy it!
In new love
I've never found
the eyes to countenance
nor skin to matte
nor sobs to sound
nor plodding steps--
Thanks for Reading.
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Thanks for reading.
PDXKaraokeGuy, also known as Justin W. Price, is the managing editor at efiction horror. Husband to andrea, father to two dogs. writer.poet.baseball fan. tattooed. He is am amateur theologian with a rabid sweet tooth.He resides in a suburb of Portland, Oregon.He has a poetry book available for Amazon Kindle, and also writes on Wizzley and His blog, FirstBlog. Please visit his profile page for more information. Thanks!
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