Inspiration

A Poem By Ariel // 3/20/2010

 

These are my scribbled words,

Randomly rhymed.

These are my scribbled words,

Erratically timed.

 

My pencil moves;

The wind blows.

My pencil moves;

A river flows.

 

My fingers halt;

Time stands still.

My fingers halt;

Thoughts still mill.

 

My mind turns;

What of the day?

My mind turns;

What will he say?

 

My eyes wander;

The birds do sing.

My eyes wander;

The valleys do ring.

  

My feet run;

The wind pushes past.

My feet run;

I go faster than fast.

 

My soul does fly

Far above the earth.

My soul does fly

O’er the place of my birth.

 

My hands again write;

The snows blow.

My hands again write;

The seas flow.

 

My lips read

Of thrones reclaimed.

My lips read

Of love proclaimed

 

These are my scribbled words,

Randomly rhymed.

These are my scribbled words,

Erratically timed.

Comments

 Love the repeats. I'm a big

 Love the repeats. I'm a big fan of repitition. Very pretty poem.

Keri | Sat, 03/20/2010

Awww...

Thanks Lovey :D I'm quite a fan of it too!!! lol

Ariel | Sat, 03/20/2010

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"To produce a mighty book, you must choose a mighty theme. No great and enduring volume can ever be written on the flea, though many there be that have tried it." -- Herman Melville

Mmm...

...this was simple and very understandable. I loved the repetition as well. ;) Very nice.

Mairead | Sun, 03/21/2010

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"Sweet is the love that never knew a wound, but deeper that which died and rose again." - Mother Mary Francis

I enjoyed this :-D Jeez,

I enjoyed this :-D Jeez, I wish I could write poetry so well......

E | Sun, 03/21/2010

"You were not meant to fit into a shallow box built by someone else." -J. Raymond

Haha that was really good. I

Haha that was really good. I especially loved the line you used for opening/closing.

Clare | Mon, 03/22/2010

:) <3

Very pretty! :)

Emily | Mon, 03/29/2010

I love this poem...geez, I

I love this poem...geez, I like most of what you write. But I especially love this poem.

LoriAnn | Fri, 04/16/2010

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