Truly Poetic

Truly Poetic

A Poem by Autumn de Rue

An awkward string of words that describes the odd and helpless feeling of trying to jump into writing a poem without proper inspiration.

Words words words
Everytime I try to type they always come out wrong
A blank document staring at me with a dull screen.

Ideas ideas ideas
My mind is void of any last drop of inspiration
A blank canvas that refuses to be filled.

End end end
Somehow I force words resembling thoughts
An awkward string of words that needs to be put
Out of it's misery.

© 2012 Autumn de Rue

Author's Note

Autumn de Rue
As you can tell, this story was written out pure boredom and a dry need to be published. I know it's awkward and somewhat forced, any other notes?

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I can completely understand and feel every single line you've written. Incredibly amazing how relatable and how good thenwords were put together.

Posted 10 Years Ago

Totally relatable. Really diggin the last two lines. I think you got a good string of words here. Nicely done.

Posted 10 Years Ago

Autumn de Rue

10 Years Ago

Aw, thank you!

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2 Reviews
Added on December 31, 2012
Last Updated on December 31, 2012
Tags: poem, poems, words, writing, thinking, thought


Autumn de Rue
Autumn de Rue

Omaha, NE

Well, hello there. I'm Autumn de Rue I'm not one for introductions. Whatever I say comes out awkward and jumbled like Alphabet Soup, so I ought to let my writings speak for me. more..