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Discussion in 'Poet's Corner' started by winston, Aug 22, 2007.

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  1. winston

    winston Well-Known Member

    This is the script, the words from above
    the numbers that change the perspectives of love
    the anger, the joy, the riddling tongue,
    the abandonment of what was never there, things you never won
    you're going places, i'm right here, faces are the same,
    you're listening to a roll-call devoid of my last name
    is this what they call satisfaction, a deep and meaningful pause?
    the answering of longing, prolonging questions ending in "just because
    the music of life still exists, her thoughts she can do nothing with but fling, away from the chair, kicking it down, whilst hanging from a guitar string,
    a song for a new year, of flesh and regret.
    a tunnel of deliverance stalked by "what will come next'?"
    yes, he sung it like he penned the verse, but the ink wasn't his own supply of streaming realisations,
    they were immaculately woven by the hands of a queen who felt she had been killed of all creation
    the ringing brings the sunlight, raped by a chill of ache
    that liven the lost bones of a skeleton home that took so long to make,
    and yet you're blanket could be on fire, while you count 100 dollar bills in dreams, your heart could be like a firework, your happiness drowned by screams,
    why is it i ask why?why oh why oh why.
    little carvings on a page don't determine how you die
     
  2. Darkness N Light

    Darkness N Light Staff Alumni

    Winston,
    I read your poem once then I re-read it a couple of times. It is deep and emotional. This poem is also very powerful. Unfortunately I feel like I never know what comes next in life. If you ever feel the need to talk I am here to listen. Send me a pm and I will get back to you as soon as I get it. Take care and I love you. :hug: :cheekkiss :hug: :cheekkiss :hug: :cheekkiss :hug: :cheekkiss

    With Love,
    Crystal :hug: :cheekkiss
     
  3. winston

    winston Well-Known Member

    Glad ya enjoyed it, cheers:biggrin:
     
  4. ACRon

    ACRon Well-Known Member

    that was a great read, great imagery and wording. its a shame i didnt see that earlier, or i wouldnt of posted one of mine called escape as it was regarding similar thoughts and placement, though 'escape' wasn't as open and confident.

    is winston related to the character in 1984? perhaps churchill?

    top work!
     
  5. winston

    winston Well-Known Member

    Hiya!

    Yessir, Winston Smith:wink:

    cheers for the comments
     
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