An Undelivered Poem

An Undelivered Poem

A Poem by Colton Warr
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An Undelivered Poem
A Poem by Colton Warr

I feel unsettled and missing
Like a nomad traveling through an unknown land
Nettled and Reminiscing 
I once knew every small texture of your hand

I feel confused and paranoid
Like a man who had just committed murder
Fused and Destroyed 
My mind does everything to preserve her 

I feel soulless and guilty
Like the Grim Reaper who comes to take 
Boneless and Filthy 
I am broken in ways I did not know I could break 

I feel stressed and disturbed 
Like a student before the final exam
Oppressed and Perturbed 
I think I have given you all that I am

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Could I ask?
Do you sometimes feel as if you’re going through the motions?
Drink from my flask
I beg to again be lost within your ocean
Could I touch?
Do you sometimes reach out for my face with your hand?
Your hearts clutch
Shackle me in, never again to disband 
Could I kiss?
Do you sometimes still gaze into nothing, wishing it was me?
I guess I miss,
Whenever you were the only thing I would ever see


© 2015 Colton Warr



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Featured Review

Amazing poetry my friend. You brought me in and held me to the last words.
"Could I touch?
Do you sometimes reach out for my face with your hand?
Your hearts clutch
Shackle me in, never again to disband
Could I kiss?"
The above lines are amazing. I could write a complete poem from these words and emotion. Thank you for sharing the outstanding poetry.
Coyote

Posted 2 Years Ago


3 of 3 people found this review constructive.

Coyote Poetry

2 Years Ago

We don't forget and you are welcome.
Paramount

2 Years Ago

I absolutely loved every line of it. I do not know what else to say. It was just amazing. This is an.. read more
Colton Warr

2 Years Ago

Thank you very much! I appreciate the kind words! I'm happy you enjoyed this piece! Thanks for givin.. read more



Reviews

sometimes theres parts left left over that we find are troubling us to put them where they belong
instructions don't with a broken heart manual we try to repair broken tomoorows today
and the pain heightens and soon disapates for it shall come again


Posted 1 Year Ago


so very deep, it touched my heart, emotional
simply loved it

Posted 1 Year Ago


Colton Warr

1 Year Ago

Thank you so much, my friend! I'm glad you enjoyed this piece and felt its emotion. Thanks for givin.. read more
Well, as I read this I felt the emotion built into it. You spoke from your heart and soul, and connected with me. I was tearing up as I read it.

Posted 1 Year Ago


Colton Warr

1 Year Ago

Thank you very much! Your words are too kind! I am happy you were able to connect to these words. I .. read more
I loved this one doll...if a man wrote this with me in mind..I'd cum running to his knee.
Love the two word rhyme structure in the first part...perfectly chosen, unique life images that show both who you are..and you ache, frustration and deep longing.
Confuzzled heart questions at the end..bringing a dual piece closure that leaves the mind flooded.

Mih favorite of yours I think...quite a talented, creative, deep thinking felling man Sir.

Love and wishes for soul closure...

Calamity of Jennifer

Posted 1 Year Ago


Colton Warr

1 Year Ago

Thank you so much, my friend! Your words are too sweet! I am humbled and honored by your review of t.. read more
Colton Warr

1 Year Ago

I apologize for the late response!
I loved this, it touched a sentimental part of me. I could hear a voice speaking it softly; speaking of love lost but not over. The kind of love you remember at night, when you're lonely and drunk, when you're at your lowest point and you need the touch of someone you loved again.
10/10 amazing job!

Posted 1 Year Ago


Colton Warr

1 Year Ago

Thank you very much, Briana! I'm glad you enjoyed this piece and could hear it as the voice inside o.. read more
Colton Warr

1 Year Ago

I apologize for the late response!
Nice with the rhyme, nice with the rhythm and you made it easy to translate what you're going through and easy for us to relate. The poem exists on its own, so it can be delivered to every heart, as a good poem should. Keep writing, you were obviously meant to.

Posted 2 Years Ago


Colton Warr

2 Years Ago

Thank you so much, Cris! I am forever grateful for your kind and encouraging words! I'm glad you enj.. read more
I absolutely love your writing style! Its extremely expressive and draws you in from the get go.. Completely in love with the wording of this one in particular.
Simply amazing :)

Posted 2 Years Ago


Colton Warr

2 Years Ago

Thank you very much, Dani! I am grateful for your kind review! I'm glad you enjoyed this piece and c.. read more
beautiful piece of longing, missing and depth, superbly written!

Posted 2 Years Ago


Colton Warr

2 Years Ago

Thank you very much, my friend! Your words are too kind! I am glad that you enjoyed this one and fel.. read more
oh my god...took my breath away, reading this one..

Posted 2 Years Ago


Colton Warr

2 Years Ago

Thank you so much, Kiran! I'm glad these words had such an impact on you! I appreciate you stopping .. read more
a great poem, each line so powerful

Posted 2 Years Ago


Colton Warr

2 Years Ago

Thank you very much, Connie! I appreciate the kind remarks! I'm glad you enjoyed this one! Thanks fo.. read more

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Colton Warr
Colton Warr

Lexington, KY



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Just using a pen to scribble my thoughts and emotion, hoping to generate the same from you. All of my words are mine. Everything I write is real and true, things that I am going through in my life. I .. more..

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