Nick Kasparie

Rookie [T. F. B.] (3-30-94 / Quincy, IL.)

Nick Kasparie
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American college student with a passion for literature. The following poems are a few I am less embarrassed to share. Please comment and enjoy. more »

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  • Rookie S. A. S. (7/9/2013 4:37:00 PM)

    I read about a half dozen poems and found they moved easily, the rhymes did not seem forced. However, the content seems reined in by the rhyme. I wonder if you've ever tried to follow the rhythm of the language, and not the rhyme...perhaps to see if the content takes you further?

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Place of Dignity

Eyes of gold will seek what troubles the meek
Those in the valley aspire to the peak
It’s hard to get there with these weights on my feet
I’ve been running forever on this hopeless street
So show me where I can get away,
A place of dignity where I can stay.

I’ve known desperation to be welcoming
When hope is forsaken and trying’s too hard
The mountain’s too much for those who are settling
A place for the homeless, the helpless, the scarred
Is the bottom of all where big men discard
Those who keep trying, to victims they’re lying

Darkness holds ...

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