Crucify the Siren: Symphony of a Reflection

Crucify the Siren: Symphony of a Reflection

A Poem by dan nacario

Lonely is your misery,
Screaming at the tortured sea 
So silently,
So quietly,
 haunting symphony.
Trade your smiles
to the merchant of cries
My deathly angel lies,
Apart from serenest skies.
To hold your hand is to frown,
And in their sleep they drown.
In honest affection,
your honest deception
My brilliant evening sun
You brought me into this,
A bitter galleons' bliss.
But why would I be trying,
Loving...
A motionless memory dying  

© 2012 dan nacario


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this poem talk much about yourself
=]
very emotional


Posted 11 Years Ago


A very nice rhythm..I like the flow of emotions ^_^

Posted 12 Years Ago


Great great poem!! keep it up

Posted 12 Years Ago


wow! "A motionless memory dying " --> this is a the best ending in your poem.. i like.. GREAT write! keep it up

Posted 12 Years Ago



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Added on May 17, 2012
Last Updated on May 30, 2012

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dan nacario
dan nacario

iriga city, cam. sur, Philippines



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