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Category: Poetry

Wild

Wild

I live in the thunder and ride the lightningMy sound is grand and big and bom bom bomI taste like ash and gleam like fireflies in rhythmI burst at the seams in my excessesGumming up the greasy wheels with my dustI climb up up up the ladder to knock you overAnd laugh at the messThe dew of the dawn brings me serenityAnd the rain of the twilight brings me deathI hiss at the world and fling my arms wide to the…

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Sundered

Sundered

What lands do separate –Nay, what words, indeed!For I know not that whichCan bridge the distance ‘tween. Stumbling tongues and soulsTwined round a similar reluctanceShadowed smiles and twinned sadnessReminiscence is a familiar friend Nostalgia trips along the lanes of soulShaking loose long-cherished joysAnd oft-mourned loss – I miss you!Must suffered silence be our cost? Hand clutch on guilty heartWhen fellowship is sunderedAnd I’m the one to blameFond farewells assuage nothing