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Some poetry

Postby paleofrrrost » Mon Mar 08, 2004 4:02 pm

Here are three poems I wrote a long time ago. Sorta "dark", but apparently I survived. :)

poem #1
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wand'ring i.
the hills cry out in terror
huddling close to each the other
trembling they.

crying i.
the trees wail forth their sorrow
each embracing each in horror
sobbing they.

sleeping i.
the dark lake smoothes its blanket
winds are creeping dark is deep'ning
sleeping i.



poem #2
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no porcelain flowers
please. my minds revolve
through life to death;
i feel the hours
creeping to dissolve
the essence of my breath
in life.



poem #3
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i seek to die i
cannot see my sanity
i flee the in
security,
the dream (i find in
purity)
i seek to live.
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Postby Wolfie » Mon Mar 08, 2004 4:38 pm

it sounds like a scotish sayin :)


Anyways i like it well them
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sometimes forced and unwanted and sometimes loved and longed for.
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Postby ChatOmbre » Mon Mar 08, 2004 6:05 pm

awesome poems. :)
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Postby paleofrrrost » Mon Mar 15, 2004 4:30 pm

Wolfie wrote:...Anyways i like it well them

ChatOmbre wrote:awesome poems. :)


thanks,
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