In Gardens Of Grief.

By TheProphetUntold

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Lover.



She sings; "Come to me,
where roses bleed and gods weep,
in gardens of grief.

Bury your heart, deep
beneath the pine's swaying reach,
and come lay in me."



...



So to her, I flee
to lay my seed, soft and sweet,
within her relief.

An',

For a time, so brief,
the world is alive and breathes
til' we fall asleep..


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All that's grey is green.
an' all sown suffering sleeps,
in gardens of grief.




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Copyright 2011 TheProphetUntold
Published on Thursday, March 2, 2017.     Filed under: "Poetry"
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  • carlosjackal On Sunday, February 17, 2019, carlosjackal (2574)By person wrote:

    Absolutely beautiful piece. Every line is crisp and wonderfully crafted. The way you take the haiku form and make it entirely your own is nothing short of fantastic.

  • A former member wrote: i agree with Alchemist...to have found that sweet relief in gardens of grief...poignant in its release, as if it was the one moment which can be remembered as the only moment of peace a dark soul has ever known...bookworthy, indeed...

  • Alchemist On Tuesday, October 2, 2012, Alchemist (860)By person wrote:

    This is my favorite work of yours, pleasure and grief and great flow. And a superb title.

  • Amberdusk On Tuesday, October 2, 2012, Amberdusk (71)By person wrote:

    The feeling of woes within this piece are cannot be measure...your inner darkness provides you with your depth wordings...your talent are vast and your writings are indeed excellent...in Garden of grief is worth all the time to read...where everything here are pal[able and haunting...you know how to commands emotions through words, thank you for this piece and the art of imagery well painted in me.

  • Poetic-Realm On Wednesday, June 1, 2011, Poetic-Realm (238)By person wrote:

    this structure is so sound and perfect that I had no idea that there was one until I read Ben's comment. You are a great writer, and you deserve to be publish and saved on many shelves. I'd love to have a book of writing from a few poets here, but yours I'd keep next to all of my metal albums and records, just because you are not of this world and your writing does not have any need to be set next to any others.

  • A former member wrote: Yes, I thought I'd seen this when you first posted it. You are the Master of haiku/senryu. Killer string here. So dark & gentle. Like always, it sounds flawless when spoken. Always impressive...thanks for reposting!

  • lupus tenebrae On Tuesday, May 24, 2011, lupus tenebrae (1016)By person wrote:

    I was a bit disappointed I didn't get to read this yesterday, but I'm glad I got to. Very captivating series of senryus, the garden came to life with each one. A love so pure, as to make a garden bloom, and an expression of such affection, bringing contented rest in the end. Wondrous creation, *bows* Scholar

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