Loss World Series Love

Loss World Series Love

A Poem by Waconda Springs
"

the fewtch

"
Wait and
it will happen
again

Make it
know

Candy will ripen
lions awake
or not

     still and valuable far from ladders at the bottom of a pit filled with African diamonds

© 2015 Waconda Springs



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Waconda Springs
I've wrote basically nothing since I left

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In your words i read, i sized up in my thoughts this.

Time waits for no one.
The amazing world even the shadows lurking you can find the treasure for self.

I dig it.. Thank you.

Xo


Posted 10 Months Ago


My interpretation of this is how far and close and known and unknown the world is at the same time. (And I think your metaphor for the diamonds is the part pertaining to BLM, but it could also be used in the previously stated theme). I read that history repeats itself no matter where you are on the planet because we all have that kind of shared consciousness Jungian thing. However, at the same time, we seem to know very little about how others live. (Like the actual size of Africa haha). We are all the same people and often get the same outcomes but we don't really know each other. I don't think you were aiming for any of that, but that's what I got out of it. I have found much of your poetry to have seemingly arbitrary statements in them that cause the reading to draw their own connects, which makes the reader say more about themselves than your actual work. Interesting, thanks for sharing.

Posted 1 Year Ago


Waconda Springs

1 Year Ago

Thanks for the read. This isn't one of my best, in my opinion. It's a little flimsy and would prob.. read more
I'm not sure if I fully understand the meaning of this poem but I definitely enjoyed reading and thinking about it. What did you have in mind when you wrote it??

Posted 1 Year Ago


Waconda Springs

1 Year Ago

baseball, broken hearts, and the black lives matter movement.
This one is very mysterious, world series love leans my thoughts into the biblical reference , as well as the pit of Lions, and diamond mining is hazardous to the environment, but it could also be a reference to baseball and the Detroit Lions. it's a puzzle poem! I love it!

Posted 1 Year Ago


Corset

1 Year Ago

ah, I see the correlation there and I would agree, Lions are "all that" and regal too...gorgeous ani.. read more
Waconda Springs

1 Year Ago

Magnificent. I was in Amsterdam, years ago, visiting their zoo, and was watching one pace in his ca.. read more
Corset

1 Year Ago

rotflmao!!!!!!!!
This is very different in structure. Interestingly done! I can't claim to fully grasp this poem, but is has my attention.

Posted 1 Year Ago


Waconda Springs

1 Year Ago

Thanks, Clifford. It isn't my best stuff.
I'm so glad I happened upon you today..this is just different...like the whole structure, and your words seem to come alive. Nice write.

Posted 1 Year Ago


Waconda Springs

1 Year Ago

Thanks, Jess. It's nice to be read.
So tangibly in reach, this left me curious, brilliant! :)

Posted 2 Years Ago


Ye dog course it will happening / it's happening already somewhere else - just perhaps different by a fraction - it's noon the sun is high - lions slumber - diamonds sparkle

Welcome back Mr Springs X

Posted 2 Years Ago



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Added on November 11, 2015
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Waconda Springs
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Edmonton, Canada



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