Some of my shorter poems- compilation

Some of my shorter poems- compilation

A Poem by JoSephMacGown

Lonesome Wind

Watching the air die,

With such a lonesome heart wish-

That you will live with

The love that once lived in you:

That could take death's breath away.

You, Wave

You tell my name to me.

I turn into the sea.

But washing away from the waves of people-

Away from the shores.

 So- So?

Empty flower

And beautiful lips-

Stress eye vessels-

Shadowed cornea

For us and Pollution Desserts 

Blue eyes turn around,

But beauty and pain-

Describe well the train of thoughts-

Traveling with a wonderful conductor of kinetic energy.

Smog covered pollution-

So wonderfully delectable-

Creamy smoked chocolate and caramel-

To the dirty respiratory chokes of solemn air.

Ah, Sharp.

I sharpen the lights-

To brighten your deadly-

Forked tongue with hidden meaning-

Shopping in the darkness-

Coughing up my love-

It echoes through the emptiness-

Shining through these foreshadowed walls.

© 2013 JoSephMacGown

Author's Note

these may suck, but I suppose it's subjective- if you get to read them, I hope you like them!!!

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Added on June 27, 2013
Last Updated on June 27, 2013
Tags: poetry, poem, short, whatever, experimental, compilation, love, wave, flower




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