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Water Dripping

Contributed by unknown_utopia on Tuesday, 16th January 2018 @ 09:41:56 PM in AEST
Topic: SadPoetry



Who do you think you are
igniting loves flames
making me a shooting star
across the night sky I flow
a restless spirit
who has a conflicted soul

With the werewolfs I run
I am haunted by your ghost
as I try to repair the hole
that you left in my soul
when you deceived me with your lies
and then left me all alone

do you ever think of me
do you remember the times
I gave to you when you were in need
and you took everything
making promises
you never intended to keep

I stay awake at night
listening to water dripping into the sink
as I search my mind
trying to find why I let you in
and wondering how come some memories
take longer to fade away with time




Copyright © unknown_utopia ... [ 2018-01-16 21:41:56]
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Re: Water Dripping (User Rating: 1 )
by JamesStockdale on Wednesday, 17th January 2018 @ 01:10:56 PM AEST
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Fading away with time is a godsend.
Those types of people never shed a tear for anybody but themselves. They never think of anything but the next score...........

A sad poem can be a happy one as well!
A new beginning.


Re: Water Dripping (User Rating: 1 )
by Former_Member on Sunday, 21st January 2018 @ 03:30:32 AM AEST
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LiquiGlide
designed at MIT
A conventional Super Hydrophobic surface is like a lotus leaf; it is a highly textured surface which creates a cushion of air for a for a product to sit on. Over time super hydrophobic surfaces break down and are no longer slippery.
Whereby LiquiGlide is a multilayer, liquid impregnated surface, consisting of a solid texture, and a liquid.
The highly textured solid surface is composed of a matrix of features spaced sufficiently close to stably contain the impregnating liquid that fills in the spaces between the features. The liquid is held in place within the texture, creating a slippery, liquid surface. Over time, the surface continues to be slippery because the liquid is permanently held in place within the textures.
The more rigid the water droplet, the less coil.
The people at MIT came up with this.

I have no real surface to me.
I think of water, the thud of sound water droplets make on my roof at night, real or imaginary
or how water droplets slide down on the window
as I look out it.

And ketchup, I always want some ketchup
when I need it to pour out of the bottle
if I were to tilt it at the right angle

Man I hate those packets they give out at the fast food places..They drive me mad.

Peace!


Re: Water Dripping (User Rating: 1 )
by softerware on Sunday, 28th January 2018 @ 11:17:58 AM AEST
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Your righteous indignance dances with emotion.
The rhyme scheme is clever and almost musical, softening the blows you strike.
Your message is loud and clear and the delivery is precise as a razor.
This took some choreography to result in a tale so smooth it reads like melted butter.
Your heart may need mending, but your poetry certainly does not!
softerware


Re: Water Dripping (User Rating: 1 )
by emystar on Sunday, 18th February 2018 @ 06:21:37 AM AEST
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This one almost brings tears. Great as all your writings are.
hugs, luv blessings,
emy




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