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Charles Monroe


An Introduction Poem


I am. That is all.
I enter this realm
In Peace and Humility
With Wars under me.
With Quills or with Pens
Or Keystrokes the same
Evoking the Spirits
Who wilt me by name.
Solute and Respect
Permission to Board
And give it all back
Which I couldn't afford,
The Words from my Sword
The Point of my Pen,
For Words, that is all
The all that I am.

(P.X)

(5.25.13)

Submitted: Sunday, May 26, 2013
Edited: Friday, September 06, 2013

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The title is self explanatory I hope; it is my first piece on poem hunter.com.

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