Treasure Island

Maria Magdalena Biela


Acrostic


Reveal your self and let me feel
Inside your soul that’s closed with a seal
Canvas of thoughts, colours of dream,
Harpist of senses that shyly gleam
Are you the Only? Are you the One?
Redeeming the words from Death’s caravan?
Do what you must for Love, be Madman!

Just be the Poet, give life to words!
“Overrated” they said about Love, “My Lords! ”.
“Nay! ”, said the Poet, “with stars I had tryst,
Ever a sweeter word did exist
Surrender my pen if Love has deceased! ”.

(Finland, September 2013)

Submitted: Thursday, February 20, 2014
Edited: Tuesday, April 29, 2014

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An Acrostic dedicated to my friend, poet Richard Jones.

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  • Louis Cordoba (2/21/2014 4:40:00 AM)

    Great acrostic, Maddalena! Loved the poem inside the name! It must be hard to conceive a poem that offers the very essence of the person you write the poem for... (Report) Reply

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