Cold fact

Cold fact

A Poem by MOON

The wind in the trees are rustling

 Kismet’s alchemy a magic wand

The sky meets the rising ocean

A waltz anticipating no end


For far too long no applause no roses and wine

You were the open secret seemingly lost in time


Destiny found you my darling

Karma played its  visible hand

Some songs are poetry in motion

Yours was one of those my friend


© 2013 MOON

Author's Note

Please copy this link and read this amazing story, listen to the music its pure poetry.

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Ah........rhythm and rhyme so often sublime, yet we write and no one reads, we sing and no one hears, we cry and everyone wonders why? Is it not for you that I cry........

Always good to read your poetic expressions.. :O)

Posted 10 Years Ago

Very mysterious and cryptic... Very nicely done.

Posted 10 Years Ago

superb...i couldn't connect to the link but have my suspicions. wonderful poem.

Posted 10 Years Ago

A very interesting man. He disappeared for many years. I like his music. I believe when I was young. I heard his songs. Thank you for the story of a follow Detroit man.

Posted 10 Years Ago

Beautiful description told a very good story. I had to read again to enjoy the strong statements. A very good ending to a excellent poem.

Posted 10 Years Ago

you write in such a natural way, yet i can easily sense the level of thought and poetic dedication, a really nice poem here Moon, thanks

Posted 10 Years Ago

elegant, soft rhymes.......beautiful piece Moon

Posted 10 Years Ago

The poem is a great effort to introduce a genius among the writers.
This is expressed in these lines very vividly:
"For far too long no applause no roses and wine

You were the open secret seemingly lost in time"
The other part of the poem nicely depicts how destiny found him once again and the story has been complemented by the accompanying link.
Very nice work.

Posted 10 Years Ago

Great writing and phrasing. You told an interesting story with your words. Well done.

Posted 10 Years Ago

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Added on October 8, 2012
Last Updated on February 26, 2013



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