pain in rotation

Posted: May 4, 2011 in beloved, deep notions, insane, thoughts
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Time pulls and it gives

Wish everyone a gun to hold it ransom

Try a finger pointing to you Defenses will be at peaks

I cant give you advice

I am stricken worst then you

I cant be I if you never had We

Long and short of life it stands

Emotional waves tie up the one in you

Release is conditional and try in vain we all had

Ask me if I wanted too

Reasons zillions but answers to zits

Smoke is with a fire and yet here I stand with ashes

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Comments
  1. “Smoke is with a fire and yet here I stand with ashes” you did well and had a very strong ending hope to see you next rally

  2. Jingle says:

    the title impresses me. keep it up.

    How are you?
    Please consider making a contribution to poets rally week 43 today,
    A free verse is appreciated, you rock!
    Happy Thursday!
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  3. P.V. Zim says:

    To me this poem is like still water with a rough undercurrent. There’s more pain than meets the eye, and there are so many different forms of pain that it will always catch us when we least expect it.

    I love the title and the poem.

  4. Ankush says:

    Art with ashes…lovely…

  5. Jingle says:

    some wisdom in your words, well done.
    A++

  6. Greetings,

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    Please share 1 to 3 poems with Jingle Poetry potluck today,
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