Stolen Poetry

By lupus tenebrae

 



Stolen kisses lack
the passion of their meanings,
and the promise of their hands.

Stolen poetry,
yields no voices, and instead,
chooses silence after all. 

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Copyright 2012 lupus tenebrae
Published on Thursday, February 23, 2012.     Filed under: "Philosophical" and "Poetry"

Author's Note:

Due to the rise in plagiarism, I felt the need to offer my stark outlook on the matter. The style of sedoka, is well suited for this.
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  • Vulture On Monday, August 13, 2012, Vulture (63)By person wrote:

    This pings deep within me. To steal is to covet what you could have if you chose to work for it. Its almost flattering except that its heart crushing. Well said.

  • Dreaming in Stanzas On Thursday, February 23, 2012, Dreaming in Stanzas (332)By person wrote:

    Hear, hear! Very well said.

  • Devilish On Thursday, February 23, 2012, Devilish (3782)By person wrote:

    Bastards. It is so pissing me off. Thank you for speaking up.. Scholar

  • dwells On Thursday, February 23, 2012, dwells (5696)By person wrote:

    People who will steal poetry and pass it off as their own, will steal anything. Their definition of "honor" is, whatever they can get away with, and "virtue" is for all the suckers. They are devoid of any soul, so used to lying, and therefore totally unable to create anything original of lasting beauty. But then that could just be me...

  • FadedBlues On Thursday, February 23, 2012, FadedBlues (2958)By person wrote:

    That's an honorable statement,as is LT's poem...it's not just you, it's all of us that have respect...

  • ColorMeToxic On Thursday, February 23, 2012, ColorMeToxic (287)By person wrote:

    and so true too. Scholar

  • Magdalena On Thursday, February 23, 2012, Magdalena (790)By person wrote:

    Well expressed and penned Lupus.

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