Amy Edson

Rookie - 57 Points (England)

A Poem Maker


A poem composer
no notes do they see
just a pen and some paper
to write what they need.

Some have experience
some maybe don't.

It's an expression of feelings
when ready to burst
out comes emotions
bad ones come first.

But me
I write about present
maybe future
come past
but those feelings inside me
will never last.

I change my expressions
through happiness and depression
through bleeding and crying
to suffering and dying.

From the loved and the friends
my thoughts of poetry bends.

But some composers are the same
we like to play those silly games
like playing with your mind
and in the future you will come to find.
That reading these won't make you better.
Just a stealing of my thoughts
written like a letter.

Submitted: Sunday, July 20, 2014

Topic of this poem: poets


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  • Gold Star - 15,246 Points John Westlake (8/24/2014 1:46:00 PM)

    A poem maker or a composer? ? A writer or maybe an artist of sorts? ? I like it either way. Nice one (Report) Reply

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