Kat Smith

Rookie - 85 Points (it would have been Wednesday but Wednesday was cancelled due to a scheduling error / night vale)

Your words, a letter too 's'


Write me
write me your music
a sonnet
a sweet symphony
please write too me
tell me your story
let you words ride along the notes
because you of all people know what music dose too me
please
lay me down too sleep
i am in love with your voice
sing too me
speak too me
like shoes lightly dusting gravel
i love your eyes
bluer than the sky
i love your everything
but i have never heard your voice
dear me
what a tragiety
the world is at a loss
you see
i know you write poetry
don't lie too me
you words
give me epilepsy
save me
with your words

Submitted: Monday, August 12, 2013
Edited: Monday, August 26, 2013
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Poet's Notes about The Poem

okay the term 'give me epilepsy' refers to a shock like sate and its really the only way i have found too describe it im not using the word in its traditional or clinical sense its just really a use i have took the liberty of making up for it

Comments about this poem (Your words, a letter too 's' by Kat Smith )

  • Gold Star - 15,246 Points John Westlake (4/26/2014 9:02:00 AM)

    An interesting poem here. I think you meant tragedy instead of tragiety. Apart from that very good (Report) Reply

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