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Posted March 1st, 2018 by SilverMoon

by Ens
in timately acquainted with the void

at this point i don't remember what poetry structure this is and im too lazy to find out but here's a poem!



This story has a happy ending, but that

cannot abolish the loss that has been felt.

Suffering of such magnitude that words fall flat

And one must live with the hand that God has dealt

La tristesse durera toujours, said Van Gogh

and life can be a terrible tale of woe

Life's a cycle of letting go and losing;

all is ripped away, no picking or choosing.


Made to be all alone in a world so vast--

the world can be a cruel and uncaring mess

and the future will often look overcast

But life is more than just a sea of distress.

One has no choice but to keep moving forward

or else be by the past forever tortured

For the loss and the pain there is no mending

and yet this story has a happy ending.

i'm really proud of my life of pi poetry collection (mostly bc i managed  to write a good number of well-structured poems in a relatively short amount of time). There's three more that will be posted over the next few days. 

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this...this is my kind of

this...this is my kind of poem.

i like most things people write on here but this is really my favorite style

all lines with 11or12 syllables man that's so cool


jeez, I can say things like "and yet this story has a happy ending"

but it means something else, (maybe something more) when it comes from you. 


Spero quod via tua est directa et quod tuum onus est levis.

Posted by *Snow* window w... on Thu, 03/01/2018 - 18:11

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