The Peace In Me

The Peace In Me

A Poem by Andrew

Fun with homophones, bored in class.

The peace in me
is a piece of me
that many people hardly see.

A knight of sorts
as night draws near
it is myself I've learned to fear.

For many years 
down this road
I've rode, only to rest
in the nowhere it goes.

This daze has drawn on
for innumerable days
I need to find
a way to escape.

© 2010 Andrew

Author's Note

Let me know what you think! I was bored in English class and decided to play with homophones a little bit. I plan on writing something else with this technique later on.

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interesting and amusing a pleasure to read I do hope it was not your English class the bored you. One nit third stanzasecond line Road should be Rode

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Added on February 18, 2010
Last Updated on February 18, 2010
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