Treasure Island

Diana Kalitzin

a married phone, a married fear

a married phone, a married fear
a married tone, a married ear
a married hand, a married eye
a married land and a merry I
a man of many married parts
I greed to meet his two unmarried hearts

Submitted: Saturday, September 20, 2008

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  • Joseph S. Josephides (iosif S. Iosifidis) (9/21/2008 11:06:00 AM)

    A poem repeating words but changing the scene on and on, over and over. Leaving a mystery (two unmarried hearts) in our fantasy. With your poetry, dear Diana, you gain the game, a game that seemed to be lost. I give you a 10. It reminds to me a poem I wrote (The other bird) . Fly, poet reach your dream, soon (Report) Reply

  • Ashraful Musaddeq (9/20/2008 6:10:00 AM)

    Splendid. A moving composition with emotion, love it. Diana, an excellent poem you offered. Nice and lovely.10 for it. (Report) Reply

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