Wisdom

Wisdom

A Poem by Birdie

The doors were open before you moved,
Concealing nothing but their use.
With sleeping eyes and a numbing touch,
Did you think you would accomplish much?
Before the morning heard the news,
That Kings and Queens don't like to lose,
The sun was fair and gave the light,
To those who knew the darkest night.
Through parched lips and a diamond tongue,
Could you tell the blissful young,
That there is anger and there is not,
Peace for those who never fought?
Could you say that there's no use,
For fragile skin that does not bruise?

© 2014 Birdie



My Review

Would you like to review this Poem?
Login | Register




Request Read Request
Add to Library My Library
Subscribe Subscribe


Stats

168 Views
Added on March 19, 2014
Last Updated on March 19, 2014
Tags: society, structure, progress, strength, resilience

Author

Birdie
Birdie

HI



About
I'm constantly writing about anything and everything. Mostly poems, but occasional stories. Read if you care to. more..

Writing
To You To You

A Poem by Birdie


Fog Fog

A Chapter by Birdie


Seven Pieces Seven Pieces

A Book by Birdie