The Iris

The Iris

A Poem by Jason Galliger

Dark, deep and searching

It reflects my soul with indescribable perfection

Then with a blink-  gone

© 2010 Jason Galliger


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I don't know what this poem means, but I know what I feel when I read it, Sir Galliger (you just earned a title; wear it well). It makes me feel...tranquility, oneness... Even with my now muted urge to burn this earth to ash, this poem makes me think that perhaps I should spare a line in a prayer to Mother; maybe I will beg her to defend Herself. Very well done, Sir Galliger.

Posted 10 Years Ago


I liked this. Good job. Thanks for sharing. :)

Posted 10 Years Ago


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hmmm.. rele good hard to do good with only a few lines but that was well done good job :)

Posted 10 Years Ago


This was REALLY short, but sweet, it really doesn't even need more words, this is great.

Posted 10 Years Ago


You described "the iris" with so much depth in only a few words. Taking something as simple as an iris and making it so deep. I really enjoyed reading this.It lefted me pondering haha :D

Posted 10 Years Ago


I take it as the part in the eye (There's also a flower by that name). Whenever you look at a picture of an eye, you can never look away for some seconds. It's because of the dark profoundness of the iris. This gave me the feel of falling into the depths of the iris and then one blink - the imagination ceases.. :)

Weird but nice theme :)

Keep writing.

Posted 10 Years Ago



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Jason Galliger
Jason Galliger

Fairfax, VA



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Hi I'm Jason a young writer from Virginia. I've been writing poetry and short stories for years. However, I've only shared my work with a small circle of friends and family. I hope to be published one.. more..

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