Augustus Gatlin


Rise Of The Enchanted - Poem by Augustus Gatlin

Enchanted words, and enchanted saying, enchanted words that has no meaning. Enchanted words that goes afar, enchanted saying that brings you to the stars. Rise of the enchanting is beautiful as my Lord, for it is as seeing into a woman's eyes, and love at first sight, everything is now on one accord. This is the freedom men as spoken of the freedom to be, enchanted with the mind for all to see. For as others have tried many have surpassed, the diverse mind that comes with many tests. What is the enchantment of which you so humbly speak, for it is freedom, the freedom of the meek. For I am enchanted but holding back I shall, until I show my true feelings for one I can appeal. I am enchanting and I am free, but not free to be, as tough it is my ecstasy, but I have the freedom, because freedom is free, but not enchanted I may not be, for to be free I have to be enchanted, because to be enchanted is to be free. May I be enchanted grant me thee, shall I be enchanted, shall I be free, for this is my rise, this is my plea, this is my enchantment I always wanted to see, the enchantment within me, my rise of enchanting, the enchantment for all to agree, because finally I am free.


Comments about Rise Of The Enchanted by Augustus Gatlin

  • Silver Star - 3,860 Points Dave Walker (2/1/2012 11:36:00 AM)

    A really great poem, really like it, a great write.
    May i invite you to read my new poem called,
    Evil Rising. (Report) Reply

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Poem Submitted: Wednesday, February 1, 2012



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