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Friends

Updated on January 11, 2017

I think almighty solitude is wandering around my soul,

Offering holy virtues to my welded heart,

Decrypting my mind's clever intelligence.

I sit staring with sick eyes at your pleasant seductiveness

realizing the beauty of your unconscious thoughts.

our flawless children disregard the disturbing actions of humanity

murmured thoughts attest to their pure character.

invisible companions interject from time to time

the venom of their words a portal of the imminent changes I fear.

age can inspire a handful of good

time can also certify their disillusioned moral code

darken the most beautiful shining pearl


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      shanmarie 8 months ago

      You came up in my feed from a comment Jodah posted. This poem seems to me to reflect a comment I left on billybuc's latest installment to his current story. You may not know who that is since your profile indicates you are new here, but it made me think about the innocence of a child and how the various influences of the world eventually steal its innocence. Children give things like love and forgiveness so freely. They aren't yet jaded by the unfairness and cruelty of the world. Judging by the title of this poem, it also seems that you may be referring to bullies or other bad influences disguised as friends. Although it depicts a kind of sadness, it is very well written.

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      DREAM ON 9 months ago

      I have read the poem a few times and I am moved by your choice of words. There is a deep meaning but I feel the energy of challenges and action working against each other in an internal struggle. I am convinced the good will always rise so keep expressing those hidden thoughts and out from the darkness where they can no longer hide. Thank you for sharing and caring. May your morning start off on the right foot.

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      Nellieanna Hay 9 months ago from TEXAS

      ChangingTides, this poem contains serious concerns. Not knowing you or yours enough to interpret it, I can only say 'take courage'.

      Thank you for following me! I'm an 'old-timer' in all senses of the phrase, both here in Hubpages and here in Life.