Quiet Poetry Lounge : Rein

Discussion in 'Black Poetry - Get Your Flow On!' started by Feather, Sep 14, 2011.

  1. Feather

    Feather Well-Known Member MEMBER

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    rain on me​
    hide the distinction of my tears​
    from painful wear​
    camouflage and rinse away my fear​
    fill me like the rives​
    overflowing vibrant lively​
    full of life​
    nourish me​
    like creatures of the sea​
    give to me​
    to contain essences of​
    liberty​
    actuality​
    pure and aware​
    wash away my​
    impurity​
    rain...​
    on me​
    so I can take the rein​
     
  2. abstract219

    abstract219 ...standing on the shoulders of giants MEMBER

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    Nice visuals, i get the sense of coming thru adversity in this write. Very cleansing. Great write
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    $$RICH$$ Lyon King Admin. STAFF

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    wow i just laid inside this piece nd found warmth this was a very well done piece of art.
     
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    Feel my pain

    …the scar-worn tapestry

    Adorning yesterday’s stains

    Openly hidden from

    Tomorrow’s

    View

    Hear my sorrows

    The gurgling of land mines

    Across Eons of time

    Exploding

    Destroying

    Hope-filled fantasies

    That were my

    Reality

    In taking their toll on me

    I’ve come to see

    The

    Impurities

    Of

    The

    Rain.

    TAKE THE REINS
     
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