OH, LAS VEGAS

OH, LAS VEGAS

A Poem by Brian Kraklau

at night you leave me wandering aimless 
stumbling, standing, falling on down the road
with my guitar in hand in search for fools gold.
oh, beautiful city of Las Vegas

by sunrise you leave me searching, so lost
the carpet moving under my feet as i light a smoke
my eyes wide at her painful words she left on a note.
oh, bright city of Las Vegas

the moon was never so beautiful in the past
shaking, crying, begging through her eyes that said goodbye
i could swear i dont love her anymore 
but that would be a lie.
oh, lonesome city of Las Vegas


© 2015 Brian Kraklau



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This has such beautiful flow. Your imagery evokes the other, darker side of Las Vegas, where everything is lost including love. I keep re-reading and marveling at the words, so simply put yet so strong. Well done!

Posted 2 Years Ago


I really like this poem. I haven't talked to you in months, and here I am, learning about your new life in Las Vegas through poetry. I'm sorry to learn of what I presume is a breakup. I know you see the beauty in everything, though, and I hope you're making the best of your time there. - Adam L

Posted 2 Years Ago


Brian Kraklau

2 Years Ago

Oh, yes, I have fallen in love with this city very much and this poem has much to do with my experie.. read more
Adam Light

2 Years Ago

I've been quite well. How's everything going?
Brian Kraklau

2 Years Ago

doing great out here. living out on my own and standing on my own two feet.

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Added on June 28, 2015
Last Updated on July 7, 2015
Tags: Las Vegas, Nevada, Love, Cities, Breakups

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Brian Kraklau
Brian Kraklau

Las Vegas, NV



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just another human trying to analyze this reality from my own limited perspective. I'm here, there, and throughout each word i write. perhaps in time I could find myself within this mess. outside of t.. more..

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