Abraham John Jaggernauth

Rookie - 69 Points (1-14-1992 / Trinidad & Tobago)

Abraham John Jaggernauth Poems

1. The Invisible Secret, Societies Hobo. 6/1/2012
2. The Face Of Betrayal 6/28/2012
3. The Poet And The Paper 7/9/2012
4. The Inner Man 7/16/2012
5. Crimson Blue 4/6/2013
6. Salutation 5/15/2013
7. Candle Light 5/26/2013
8. Happiness 6/12/2013
9. The Sweetness Of Love 6/14/2013
10. A Strange Life. 8/15/2013
11. No Return 8/22/2013
12. Even Tides 5/22/2013
13. The Fight Within 9/27/2013
14. This Mess Won'T Die 10/13/2013
15. Pain That Leads To Freedom 11/6/2013
16. Conquer And Command 12/15/2013
17. Beginning 1/9/2014
18. Another Day 4/17/2012
19. Cancel The Debt 3/18/2014
20. Tale Of An Old Design! 4/14/2015
21. Learning To Hope Again 4/18/2015
22. Dead Silence 11/5/2015
23. Disgrace -new- 11/25/2015
24. Love 8/13/2013
25. Living Life's Dream 1/17/2014
26. Fade Grey 4/14/2015
27. Fair Maiden, The Titanic 4/23/2012
Best Poem of Abraham John Jaggernauth

Fair Maiden, The Titanic

Searching amidst, the sea of depths
The waves are crashing, under-swept
For today, another one has gone
Under, under, asunder beyond

To a dreary place, all dark and damp
To places so wide, and yet so cramp
Among the many, yet to be
And the others, there far beneath

These days are lonesome, and so wait
Among the tides, a trenched deep fate
The makings of something, born anew
But what is it she said, sinking too

To the end, she found her sin
Assumptions of pardon, passed within
Though still, a float she sat
She sat, she waited, then ...

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Dead Silence

It is said silence is virtuous, but silence is dead; my mouth will speak of my heart's unspoken words that are read.
The thoughts that spread never end, they louden till deaf, leaving meaning unsaid. These words that take space, they never descend; just build and build and brace up their sent.
The sent is never spent, the rent is paid in vent; only tomorrow knows, if vacancy is lent. Tomorrow is better, more is available then; only to be filled once more with silence and words that never end.

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