The poem that convinced my school I am a genius

Discussion in 'Poetry' started by WrathXXX, May 22, 2007.

  1. WrathXXX

    WrathXXX Member

    Don't ask me why...

    Isssionary Isolation

    Little daises pushing through muddy grace

    Taking its time, to grow far away

    Here he lies, in my arms, on a cold days haze

    Drinking tears that belong to me

    The sky is broken, bruised red, cannot rain

    Taking him far away from me, and everything

    To see the truth, you must eliminate the lies

    And the biggest, might strike you as a surprise

    There is no life, or death, no love or hate

    There is nothing but fate, and when you take fate away from existence.

    What you are left with is nothing, no far less than nothing

    As history loops in different keys, I realize this life is a melody

    A melody of hope, for the battered and tortured, this is their final savior

    Steal my heart, with your words of praise, take my senses away from me

    Bind myself to you, as if I were a missing limb, as long as it will please you

    Then cut off that limb which is me, and make it no longer belong to you

    Thus setting me free, and by myself as a lonely limb, I am nothing

  2. Miss_Beatle

    Miss_Beatle Beatlemaniac

    Beautiful =]
  3. A.B.E.

    A.B.E. Member

    I don't know why either.! and... I am supposing you were homeschooled.! :lol:
  4. Duck

    Duck quack. Lifetime Supporter

    that's actually pretty good
    most of the poems here suck (no offense to the other poets =D)

    but I still must say you're school gets pretty easily convinced
  5. I enjoyed the ideas in it, but it wasn't that great of a read as far as poems go. I guess I'm saying I would have enjoyed a more flowing format.
  6. Duck

    Duck quack. Lifetime Supporter

    I thought it flowed okay
    and I am a major flow nazi :tongue:

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