Your face is like the vague memory of a bittersweet dream.
A dream of a life I am sure I never lived.
So foreign, your face looks to me now
Like a familiar stranger
Whose name I never caught.
Brilliant, though I agree with frost. Bittersweet dream is a tad cliche. After reading the first line, I was like, "I know this!". But otherwise a great poem. Last line ended it well.
Here's one for you, from me:
title: Aged Distortion
The guitar strings pluck away at the past.
The drum beats bring the future to the mast.
The chants bring the flame to it all.
The words make the buildings fall.
And throughout the music of all of this,
The shore of your distortion is what I really miss.
Is this here because it is too short for tos? It is a nice little poem, the first line of direct metaphor isn't necessary and could be shortened but the rest of it is thought provoking.
Being on different levels of life is hard
some people are so happy
others are sadd
some have so much
others are so poor
I remember them all
and know what it means
Memories , life it took a long time
to comprehend that
A crazy mind
Why I will always do something to you,
When I suffered my stroke , and could not
speak because of your life messes inflicting my life
with your power not in my control
on purpose is why I will always
do something to your attacks on my life the now
that should prove to you ,life was quiet until
you came with your disrespect, why I will
always do something to you, because your place
was not , to be a factor in my life a somebody
a nobody does not know. Why I will always
do something to what ever you do pertaining to
me . I have piece and have shown you what matters
to me and that does not include you. Why I will always
do something to you when you come with dispair.
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Thank you for that explanation, I've been curious.
Tonks814, and Biktmia,
Keep writing you have inner poets that want to be let out. Mostly keep writing the content that sells.
I remember the simple days when every piece of written work was typed up and snail mailed to the publisher. I think this way is most handy and wonderful, but it is a lot to take in all at once.
Cheers to you all.
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