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Adam M. Snow Adam M. Snow Male, 26, United States (9/9/2013 2:50:00 PM)

Translucent
By: Adam M. Snow

Can't you see me,
a ghost I am to be?
A translucent figure without a purpose,
fading away like a blood drop to the sea?
Can't you see me?
Hear my plea?
My words, my reason to live;
can't you hear me?
Hear my voice, a plea of sorrow,
tearful apologies,
and a truthful memory.
Can't you hear me?
See me crying;
the reflection you deny to see?
Can't you see me,
through the mirror looking back,
a ghost I am to be?
Can't you see me?
I am you.

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  • Kojo Bonney (9/19/2013 6:48:00 PM) Post reply

    that i think is a nice poetry of communication. i think it is about a struggle to accept and recognize one self and that is cool.more grace,

  • Renji Mao (9/10/2013 7:29:00 AM) Post reply

    Not all poems have to be indirect to be good. They just depend on your writing style, any one of which is unique among all writing styles. There is no bad poetry.

    I like your poem, by the way! Very good and abstract already! I don't see what you're worrying about.

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