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still to dark to see

Contributed by ming on Thursday, 29th December 2016 @ 07:26:57 PM in AEST
Topic: abstract

despite read
by touch
the fickle locked
any shade
you throw
the sky is black
and deep
and twisting
wildly abandoned
the world spins
held within
I sit

Copyright © ming ... [ 2016-12-29 19:26:57]
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Re: still to dark to see (User Rating: 1 )
by Invierno on Friday, 30th December 2016 @ 07:06:49 PM AEST
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Wonderful, Ming...just wonderful.

Perfect on the last four lines.


Re: still to dark to see (User Rating: 1 )
by hauntedscorp on Saturday, 31st December 2016 @ 12:16:43 PM AEST
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any shade
you throw/

Ugh. Perfection! I love how cleverly you wrote this, seemingly from Eliot/'/s quote itself. Superb.


Re: still to dark to see (User Rating: 1 )
by duff on Saturday, 31st December 2016 @ 01:36:37 PM AEST
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Everything just clicks. The lines take you there. Sometimes you throw your hands up, say well done and grin huge! Great job my friend.


Re: still to dark to see (User Rating: 1 )
by softerware on Sunday, 1st January 2017 @ 03:02:14 PM AEST
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A message of inner peace. At the core of frantic activity resides the resigned and undamaged solitude, contemplating the external frenzy with amusement.
The world swirls, the poet writes. To observe life so clearly is a gift; to describe it to those who will never see it as you do, is a hard won talent.
You have made me curious to seek the silence to see what it has to say today.

Re: still to dark to see (User Rating: 1 )
by Former_Member on Saturday, 18th February 2017 @ 02:12:51 PM AEST
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Nice one. You have a nice descriptions

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