FireFly

by Quietly Versed   Jan 14, 2009


The lover is never too far from freedom,
Unshackled rendezvous' to destinations of pure enlightenment are his to share,
And when the sorrowful mourn for him, he scolds their tears.

The afflicted torn from the passion of life,
Are often found soiled on a divergent path,
But the enthusiast treks in wide-open fields of possibility.

Channeled projections of emotion erupt,
Like picturesque silhouettes of firework against the night sky,
When the lover reveals the heart of his existence.

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  • 8 years ago

    by Michael D Nalley

    Yu op don't think I get but I do you are nobody until somdeboby wants you then evreyone does

  • 8 years ago

    by Sourav

    Didn't find it very free flowing. Second line is too long. Overall it's good but the structure of the poem could have been better.

  • 8 years ago

    by Beautiful Chaos

    "The afflicted torn from the passion of life,
    Are often found soiled on a divergent path,
    But the enthusiast treks in wide-open fields of possibility."

    Though I love the whole piece, this was my favorite part. You have done some marvelous work here, it was a joy to read, I am glad I found it, you have a lovely way with words. Your word choice was nice and it all flowed smoothly. Well done.