A Poem by Tony Williams

a free-style poem directed at describing the union of ennui and discouragement. please fire RPGs in this direction if you do not approve.

a blade of grass stands in envy,
in the shadow of the oaken tree
many leaves of hues of green are there
hanging on a sunbeams whim
the mighty wind may rage
the cold of winter burn
but the oaken tree stands ever on
with leaves of green retiring
never retreating
but the grass will not know
will not last the season
hibernation is so foreign
to such a colourful creation
let it be unto the evil sun
which casts oak leaves
as large shadows on the grass
cursed be the sun
whose deception kills the very ones it grows

© 2011 Tony Williams

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you misspelled fotosynthesis.

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Tony Williams
Tony Williams

San Diego, CA

Just some guy who likes to write and read what others have written. more..