Remember

Remember

A Poem by Perdition

Remember the tears

The words, the first warmth left

The stage we made of eloquent sigh

Words that pressed and failed 


Every chance 

A first, where day from night begins

Ending with the piercing starling shrill

Speckled cross the leap and closing wind

The song still melting on the wing


Remember the fever of our unyielding dance

Where the stems from silence could no longer stand

Release it, as if it were your wish

Held in the psalm of our hands

© 2019 Perdition


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Perdition

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A beautiful poem from a beautiful poet. Need I say more?

Posted 1 Week Ago


I cant tell if Im being birthed here or laid to rest....its all very confusing...crunch crunch ....burp! Oh goodness ...scuse me...hiccup!

Posted 1 Month Ago


Gypsy Warrior Queen

1 Month Ago

KFC!? NEVER NEVER ...I live in the deep South man...it's POPEYES or brown bagged, c'mon. smack smack.. read more
Gypsy Warrior Queen

1 Month Ago

ah, I see we are doubling down today. I am back already listening to those memories or a Spanish gui.. read more
Perdition

1 Month Ago

Crunch.. crunch...crunch...wha? Yeah...I have to agree with you on Popeye's myself. Although it's be.. read more
the song on the lips that is more than verbal....it is the touch, the feeling of being close...when words can't really describe...this poem is so palpable...
j.

Posted 1 Month Ago


Perdition

1 Month Ago

Thanks J. If WE don't hunt down the indescribable..who will? And no eating the poems...Cafe or not.... read more

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Added on December 7, 2019
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Perdition
Perdition

Sometimes, VA



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