Surrender

Surrender

A Poem by R. L. Igmen
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a poem

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The wind blows
inevitably
the green Grass
bend down--unhasting,
quietly,
reluctantly.

© 2010 R. L. Igmen


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It might be because I lost somebody today but all of your poems remind me of death. That's not an insult though. They do so in a quite beautiful fashion.

I think it's more fitting to say this one reminds me of life, rather than death, since one can in fact use the words as synonyms because they are essentially the same in the end. One day we all lay down to the wind. This is beautiful, and like the last I read, very simplistic.

All the words seemed right.

Posted 13 Years Ago


Very strong words in the short poem. Better to bend then be ran over. A outstanding poem.
Coyote

Posted 14 Years Ago


I too can see the metaphors within this poem and it's simple yet effective. I have to tell you when I looked at the picture fast I thought it was a balding head. The metaphors were just as present. Ha Ha. Good poem.

Posted 14 Years Ago


There are a number of very strong metaphors wrapped in this nugget of gold. Well done.

Posted 14 Years Ago


This one is the most curious. It's brief but honestly, I think I can relate. I really like this one, fantastic job. =)

Posted 14 Years Ago



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R. L. Igmen
R. L. Igmen

Manila, Philippines



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