Infant cries

by Georgi   Nov 20, 2007


Loud, initial cries
Are heard through glass barriers
And proudly soothed.

Piercing, hungry tears
Are noticed in deepest sleep
And gently fed.

Roaring, helpless noise
Is seen through closed doors
And comforted.

Thundering cries of panic
Are felt through solid layers
And quickly fixed.

The smallest infant smile
Is sensed through walls of steel
And cherished.

Its curious how
Through open air
Your presence can be silent

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  • HELLO!
    I REALLY LIKE THIS POEM ITS PRETTY!
    =D

  • 12 years ago

    by NyellMoonlight

    Greatly written from the first to the last line. You created remarkable imagery and your descriptions are very heartfelt and vivid. Every stanza is truly original, different from anything I've read before.
    Great job!

  • 12 years ago

    by ItsYou ItsAlwaysBeenYou

    I love this poem too :D it is amazing and true. my sister recently had a daughter so i can totally picture this :) good job!