In Memory of Every Night

by Cooper   Jun 12, 2009


Tonight is distant,
deep into blank spaces
in between hearts floating in the sky;
far from the world
far into dead places
concealing us in potential goodbye ...

In greyness I have forgotten,
a reason for your crying;
disjointed singing for the dying.

But what dies
other than, sunrise
from your gossamer shadow?
But what lies
beyond a, tear
in which a hundred memories, disappear?

Me ...
you ...
We are murdered,
in a dictionary method of sorrow,
feeling morning fog, embracing the tomorrow.
We are murdered,
by being alive,
but in my six feet of miss you moments
I pass a moment, to revive;

When a fairy tale girl,
kissed a wolf,
and in a mirror moon of empty sky
would both fall into amorous clouds
and gently, together, lie.

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  • 8 years ago

    by PinkyPrincess

    Aww... I really like this poem! It's so different and interesting! I love how you've created animal imagery and I think you've referred yourself to a wolf. I really like that. It was a very well-written poem! I especially loved the lines:

    "We are murdered,
    by being alive,
    but in my six feet of miss you moments
    I pass a moment, to revive;"

    Great job! :)

  • 8 years ago

    by Nobodys Hero

    Well I was really interested in this poem, It was very captivating =] The flow worked quite well and your chioce of wording suited the style of the piece perfectly. Overall a very good write, great job.

  • 8 years ago

    by Phantasmagoria

    Hmmm....this is very John Donne...