him and her

Discussion in 'Poet's Corner' started by Lentil Illness, Feb 15, 2006.

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  1. Lentil Illness

    Lentil Illness Well-Known Member

    grave stones

    grieve hard

    burials here
    burners there

    the symmetry
    of the cemetery

    i place love to
    your memory

    a name amongst
    the others, etched
    into stone you are
    not alone, yet so far

    from us

    ashen bone
    ashes alone

    (when she goes you will be complete)
  2. BrokenPieces

    BrokenPieces Well-Known Member

    that was a good poem...

  3. Pills

    Pills Well-Known Member

    Just wondering.....Do you have a compilation of all of your poetry? Like, maybe a big file that you could e-mail me? I love to read your writings and I am worried that I have missed too many of them. Take care.
  4. theleastofthese

    theleastofthese SF Friend Staff Alumni

    what Pills said.

    always amazed,

    Sooz xoxoxox
  5. gothic_spleen

    gothic_spleen Antiquities Friend

    wow...damn....have no words....but wow...and damn
  6. Lentil Illness

    Lentil Illness Well-Known Member

    Thanking you all.

    Pills: I do not really have anything I can send. I only really started writing quite recently. All my 'stuff' is scattered randomly about my hard drive, and I keep meaning to 'sort it out.' I can never find things myself, because I have saved many things under one heading! And ... It gets confusing, especially when drunk. :dry: Much of what I have written is on this site. One day soon I will get it sorted, I hope...

    Thank you so much for reading. It still baffles me when people like what I have to say. But I sometimes have to say it.

    You take good care, keep on keeping on and keep writing...


  7. BrokenPieces

    BrokenPieces Well-Known Member

    Lentil Illness > You should start a poetry thread that you can put all your poetry into on the site...that way we dont miss any of them...
  8. Luliby

    Luliby Staff Alumni

    Great Poem! very well written.

    sorry your hurting. wishing you well.

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