Solitary

by Xanthe   Aug 21, 2012


I limped back home tonight
after running away from you.
Mud-sodden shoes, I took off
at last. Only to find you, Agony,
stuck between ridges of my soles
once more. I contemplated
scraping you out yet thought
otherwise, for you acted as my
compeer when even poetry was
missing from the streets of my
thumbprint. I watched you
pierce my sole with a shard of
a past I've long ago broken.
And you smiled yet I felt nothing
still...

I knew then that even Agony left me
tonight.

08/19/12
*For a club challenge.

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  • 5 years ago

    by Max

    *sigh*
    This is amazing write
    I just don't know what to say more that awesome lol

    perfectly written and I love it

    (sorry comment is bad I know)
    anyway keep it up =)

  • 5 years ago

    by Wild flower

    Your tone in here made the poem come alive for me. I enjoyed the flow of it, and I LOVE the metaphors. This is a container of heartfelt sadness. Amazing job Xanthe:)

  • 5 years ago

    by Karla

    Beautiful, beautiful, beautiful.

  • 5 years ago

    by Ole Carsten

    Ohh
    still small bubble in my eyes, glad I anit a woman, then the makeup would run.
    a small piece of you here, wonderful and new

  • 5 years ago

    by Chelsey

    I think one needs to read this twice because after the first reading your a little blown away that it deserves a second look so you can really appreciate the seriousness, and creativity of this poem...

    I love what you have penned by saying you are completely alone that now, even agony has left you. That was just brilliant.

    I tell you what the best part of this poem was,
    "you acted as my
    compeer when even poetry was
    missing from the streets of my
    thumbprint"

    Amazinggggggg metaphor...just amazing. :)

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