The Poets Behind The Poems:

by Scott Cole   Oct 14, 2016


Beneath the senyru of the maple tree
Are male tainted butterflies lost in love,
Their tragic beauty and twisted hearts
Comes from a scorned poetess thereof.

Bleeding angels with wings of flames
Beautiful chaos that's rotten with pain,
Courageous dreamers looking for joy
Like baby rainbows without their stain.

Blue dreams cursed with purple sparkles
Female faces with wasted fake smiles,
A lady of pearl or the princess of love
Unseen exposures dare seen for miles.

Tainted butterflies until the end of eternity
That's branded like a naughty mouse,
From cold steel jaws of a harsh society
Their sneaking hearts are now doused.

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  • 1 year ago

    by Maple Tree

    I'm truly impressed!!! Just really cool!

  • 1 year ago

    by Maple Tree

    Scott,

    you accomplished somthing that I have tried for years to do.

    I have always been intrigued by many of the poet names on this site and have tried to add names within a poem, but each time I tried it always came out cheesy or not the way I wanted it to.

    You wrote a beautiful poem! I am honored to have my poet name within your poem, thank you!

    This was just beautiful!!!

    • 1 year ago

      by Scott Cole

      Thank u it means a lot coming from u.....it was really fun to write I actually did alot of research on this piece. I pulled up Poets who had over a thousand votes on their Poems and chose Poets who had flashy names. It was really hard to write a poem with the names I chose but it seems to have came out fine. Of course ur name had to be at the top cause in my research u were at the top. Glad it satisfied ur taste....I used 22 Poets in this piece including the title.....

  • 1 year ago

    by Naughtymouse

    Hi Scott, this is the first of your writes I believe I have read, i like it alot it made me smile :) really fresh and inventive good job!

  • 1 year ago

    by - Mr. Darcy

    Hello Scott,

    as others have said, this is clever and as far as I am aware, a first. Maybe I am wrong.

    There is difficulty for sure, trying to weave some of your favourites writers into a formed rhymed piece. I guess to have slotted Darcy into this, you would have had to have been crafty! lol

    Well done, a nice piece.

    Take care,

    Michael

  • 1 year ago

    by Golden AnGel Rhapsodist

    Hi Scott,

    I am envious about this , why we aren't here. ...hahaha kidding aside...
    Great write , you put the nicknames of your favourite authors here. ...well done and the rhythm/rhymes are perfect. .

    Bravo Scott,5/5...

    Gel

    • 1 year ago

      by Scott Cole

      Thanks to be honest I used nicknames that I could fit into the poem. I used no real names and some nicknames were impossible to use. But I did use most of my favorites...

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