Jose Lu


Pier of loneliness


The moon was hanging
Bright, shadowing the horizon
Smiling, glittering the sea
With a mesmerizing beauty.
Clouds blown, tramped
Trough the black vast endless sky
The breeze, the wind
They are singing the night song,
The symphony filling the air.
The stars, emerged from the dark
Chuckling, they're peering trough the sky
Whispering, and watching.

On the pier I sat
The cold water, the waves alive at my feet
Alone
I wander in my own

The wind, it gentle brushed my face
It brought me a smile

Long time gone, father never told
How long he will gone, He always kept me bold
He brought a boat, sailing around at his own
I waited, a speck on the horizon

It won't be long
The man's words are strong like a bond
But I'm still alone

Waiting, silence haunted the air

I smiled
I know he won't be gone long.
I'll keep waiting on this pier, alone.

Submitted: Saturday, December 03, 2011
Edited: Wednesday, December 07, 2011

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  • Rookie - 0 Points Sajna Kailas (12/7/2011 1:31:00 AM)

    wow, beautiful poem with a lot of emotions! ! !
    The man's words are strong like a bond, i like this line a lot! ! ! !
    absolutely a fantastic application!
    keep it up! ! ! God Bless You! ! ! ! ! (Report) Reply

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