Could Have, Would Have

Could Have, Would Have

A Poem by mysticgmekeepr

I could have strolled
Down a midnight street,
Cement songs vibrating in our feet:
The tales of walkers,
Drumming out their beat,
Against our steps.

I could have, with
Your fingers intwined in mine
Making the moon smile at our stories,
The street lights winking
At the free flowing river of our speech.

Stories: similar and joining on the corners.
Life collections of tears,
The ink and paper of the laughter
Of our years.
Yes, I could have strolled
Hand in hand
With the street lights blinking,
Sharing, thinking.

Rooted in kinships land
Holding a mystery hand
Strolling, rolling, lives unfolding



© 2013 mysticgmekeepr



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This was great . I enjoyed the small sentences that made a big impact !

Posted 4 Years Ago


great imagery, you are quite a lyricist and a poet, well done Mysticgmekeepr!

Posted 4 Years Ago



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I am a woman and a child, an adolescent in an older persons shell, an ancient in a child's disguise, a mystery and a metaphor, opposites and contradictions, swirling waters and peace. more..

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