My Leter, To You

My Leter, To You

A Poem by Nate E. Flake (Cösmic Wönder)
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I tried to put myself in the perspective of a fighting soldier across seas. So, I wrote a letter that the soldier might write to a loved one.

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Worry not dear,

for I'll be there.

Don't you fret,

Don't you tear,

Don't you tremble,

Don't you fear.

For when time comes,

I'll be here.

Overseas I struggle.

My agony...my pain.

The deep sadness

driving me insane.

Through the storm,

and through rain,

My hope and courage shall remain.

 

For one day,

I know I will be home to stay.

© 2010 Nate E. Flake (Cösmic Wönder)


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My word. This is really beautiful. You have talent here. I like your three words in a line. It's a great talent to be descriptive with so small amounts of words. I rather enjoyed this. Please feel free to take a look at my work, you might enjoy it. :) Also, a very sweet couplet at the end. :)

Posted 13 Years Ago


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Beautiful. Like a poem from a loved one overseas in the war.

Posted 12 Years Ago


Aw, this is really beautiful. I think i got a tear in my eye reading this. Very good poem. Love the writing style of this one. Very touching, indeed.

Posted 12 Years Ago


This is very sweet, great peice..

Posted 12 Years Ago


My word. This is really beautiful. You have talent here. I like your three words in a line. It's a great talent to be descriptive with so small amounts of words. I rather enjoyed this. Please feel free to take a look at my work, you might enjoy it. :) Also, a very sweet couplet at the end. :)

Posted 13 Years Ago


1 of 1 people found this review constructive.


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Nate E. Flake (Cösmic Wönder)
Nate E. Flake (Cösmic Wönder)

Where The Wild Things Are, CA



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just started writing poetry, a way of art to express myself, to release my emotions I enjoy the works of Walt Whitman, E.E. Cummings, Langston Hughes, W.E.B. Dubois, William Ernest Henley, Ernest H.. more..

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