The Boy Inside the Well

The Boy Inside the Well

A Poem by Katherine Enma Pineapple
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Interpret this as you may

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Rays of sunlight peering down the well's underbelly
My mornings always were twilight auroras
The place I called home visited by darkness timely
Felt so different when a shadow peered before me

A frown brought itself upon my unused lips
I pushed my brows down for me to glare
To the maiden above --- my only sunlight she eclipsed
Probably just another passerby that wanted to peep

Only when she landed right by my side
That I know she was different, unique from the others
I asked her, "Why did you go inside?"
She looked at me, "I got tired of the outside."

I cannot fully comprehend what happened indeed
Yet I loved the very invasion of my lonesome ditch
Until the moment of the girl leaving is decreed
Do I eat the remnants of time left with much greed

© 2012 Katherine Enma Pineapple


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Author's Note

Katherine Enma Pineapple
I wrote this after I read Tonari no Kaibutsu-kun. You'll see. I guess in my hastiness of writing this and the pace I'm currently at I have to revise this when I get my sleep. Probably after lunch time... Anyway I'm open to suggestions and I just really a change of pace with all the things I'm up to right now. What do you think about this poem?

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Pax
the ending was indeed quite powerful...
"Until the moment of the girl leaving is decreed
Do I eat the remnants of time left with much greed"
i felt that you had been inspired really well... your words spoke much of what lonesomeness is about and the question arise in the middle sparks something in me, that i too sometimes got tired of the outside, i just had to get away of too much reality just for a time of solemnity or a peacefulness on my own space...

great work kabayan

Posted 6 Years Ago


1 of 1 people found this review constructive.

Katherine Enma Pineapple

6 Years Ago

Thank you po c:

When I read that one chapter in the said manga 'Tonari no Kaibutsu-kun'.. read more



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there is something about the way you write your poetry that always makes me read it at least twice...good work

Posted 6 Years Ago


Katherine Enma Pineapple

6 Years Ago

hahaha thank you :D
Aspects of institutions

Although individual, formal organizations, commonly identified as "institutions," may be deliberately and intentionally created by people, the development and functioning of institutions in society in general may be regarded as an instance of emergence; that is, institutions arise, develop and function in a pattern of social self-organization, which goes beyond the conscious intentions of the individual humans involved.
As mechanisms of social interaction, institutions are manifest in both formal organizations, such as the U.S. Congress, or the Roman Catholic Church, and, also, in informal social order and organization, reflecting human psychology, culture, habits and customs, and encompassing subjective experience of meaningful enactments. Most important institutions, considered abstractly, have both objective and subjective aspects: examples include money and marriage. The institution of money encompasses many formal organizations, including banks and government treasury departments and stock exchanges, which may be termed, "institutions," as well as subjective experiences, which guide people in their pursuit of personal well-being. Powerful institutions are able to imbue a paper currency with certain value, and to induce millions into cooperative production and trade in pursuit of economic ends abstractly denominated in that currency's units.[citation needed] The subjective experience of money is so pervasive and persuasive that economists talk of the "money illusion" and try to disabuse their students of it, in preparation for learning economic analysis.[citation needed]

Posted 6 Years Ago


This is somewhat vague and mysterious but anyways this can always garner attention and no need for critiquing, this is pretty well for me (:

Posted 6 Years Ago


Katherine Enma Pineapple

6 Years Ago

Inspired by Haru (=T A T=) Thankies~
Rhianne Ney

6 Years Ago

Hahha (: I know
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Pax
the ending was indeed quite powerful...
"Until the moment of the girl leaving is decreed
Do I eat the remnants of time left with much greed"
i felt that you had been inspired really well... your words spoke much of what lonesomeness is about and the question arise in the middle sparks something in me, that i too sometimes got tired of the outside, i just had to get away of too much reality just for a time of solemnity or a peacefulness on my own space...

great work kabayan

Posted 6 Years Ago


1 of 1 people found this review constructive.

Katherine Enma Pineapple

6 Years Ago

Thank you po c:

When I read that one chapter in the said manga 'Tonari no Kaibutsu-kun'.. read more

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Added on December 9, 2012
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Tags: anime, poem, romance, well, tonari no kaibutsu-kun

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Katherine Enma Pineapple
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