Soul Threads

Discussion in 'Poetry' started by deram_scholzara, Jan 13, 2005.

  1. Soul Threads

    Head: would words ever suffice?
    Shoulder: to soothe your soul?
    no
    so feel me
    I am there
    just out of your vision
    always moving as you do
    in fact…
    I am becoming part of you
    so close that you cannot focus
    and then
    I am in you
    not touching… anything
    nothing that can be touched anyway
    I am only singing
    to ears of ethereal existence
    to a soul that hears notes like wind chimes
    pulsing to a beat of reverie
    of calm tears
    that drop in ponds to warm my feet
    we bathe in the clouds that are us...
    we make shapes for grass bound lovers to interpret
    we are lips
    we are faces
    we are bodies once again
    and yet we are free
    floating
    words are what I have to work with here...
    Head: you have always been amazing with words ...
    Shoulder: they are catalysts for what I can only hope to send you
     
  2. littleskinny

    littleskinny Member

    hmm like the idea a lot....not so sure about the rendering, but interesting nonetheless
     
  3. But you get the idea, no? Communication is nothing more than ideas, and words are merely a standard for transferring these ideas between one another. If you get the idea, then what cost have I charged by the form in which it was written? Words are words. Poetry is emotions, and emotions are people.
     
  4. kidder

    kidder Member

    'that drop in ponds to warm my feet
    we bathe in the clouds that are us...
    we make shapes for grass bound lovers to interpret
    we are lips
    we are faces
    we are bodies once again'
    Very nice flow and it aches to be read aloud! Write on!
     
  5. Mmmm...yes...read aloud...
     
  6. I can arrange a recital.
     

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