By Corinthian


worn canopies 
and dreams of sense
 unhidden .

above you
 I will forever stay 
  unforgetting and 
 for you 
wind rocking
 beneath this
underground sky
    mossed soul
quiet tears
invisible light
forgettings . wishing not to hurt 

I shut my eyes and felt my way
along this stone.

let loose
his tiny eternity


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Copyright 2011 Dakrismena Asteri
Published on Wednesday, August 24, 2011.     Filed under: "Graphic Art"
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  • jonLyndon On Wednesday, April 20, 2016, jonLyndon (117)By person wrote:

    "wind rocking beneath this calligraphic underground sky mossed soul "I love this metaphoric phrase... My mind-memories are pulled towards the words of the great James Morrison, but there is definite originality here. The intro verse captured me; your words kept me on. I'm not sure if I'm meant to understand exactly, but often that is what makes poetry. Perchance I'll revisit & dig harder into the flesh of these words... for now, I'll just enjoy the "poem of the day" what I read. Incomprehensible? Maybe, but it's a great slice!

  • A former member wrote: Words give life to things which could not be. Words give vision to swimming memory unwept and catastrophic senselessness. Where does life go when it goes? She screams. Why could it not have been mine?

  • Star On Friday, November 2, 2012, Star (1296)By person wrote:

    utterly beautiful (:

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