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 8 Years Ago

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

Posted 8 Years Ago

Autumn de Rue

8 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..