Treasure Island

Madrason writer

(24-07-1967 / waalwijk netherlands)

Duet for your Trilogy


Can one aVoid emptiness
falling deep down in distress
calling from one's loneliness
make a mess of life.

Can a knife
cut away the ulcer of today
or will it grow inside an stay.

My dear if you can offer roses
to a guy that supposes
you'll wait for him
you'll shadow on a golden rim..

Just climb the stairs
rule out those affairs
from which you know
don't let you grow.

Be cheerful and try
don't let your flower dry
your sunshine
hide in poses
bye...!

in reaction to all and FINALLY LOVING:

Secundo

Thank you for your trilogy
with my heart intrinsically
wipe my tears in trinity
love the way that love you see
realizing we are born
as twin souls
as lonely all's
searching for a vibe
define don't describe nor decline
and all will be fine in time
in the end
be open minded
and answers walk in
like lovers always win
when they break through
the walls themselves once built
from loneliness from sin and from guilt.

Submitted: Friday, June 14, 2013
Edited: Thursday, January 23, 2014
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Poet's Notes about The Poem

Madrason june 2013
For Karen Gonzalez-Videla in
reaction on your poem Nothing but Void;
Thanks for your compliments! Nice weekend Karen!
23-01-2014

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