Treasure Island

olivia helmes

(1/10/94 / Georgia)

pain of love


Headaches are born from silence and chaos joining in matrimony
There wedding march set to the babbling of gossipers
Flowers of tears entice dark thoughts to join in
The wedding dance is on its way
A bipolar tango has begun to form
Dip, duck, dive
Feel the pain subside

Submitted: Monday, April 20, 2009
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  • Barry A. Lanier (4/20/2009 7:51:00 PM)

    creatively penned...thinking I've read 50,000 poems on the most writte about subject in time....and yet the first bi-polar tango....allright....those young poets already stricken shall stand in reconsideration..... (Report) Reply

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