Anthony Di'anno

Silver Star - 3,236 Points (Yorkshire)

Sheepgoat's Cheesedream - Poem by Anthony Di'anno

Louder than the people not listening,

Immune to a gormless glassy eyed stare,

Brighter than the stars that are glistening,

Sharper than the purest fresh mountain air,

Stands Promise beyond it's first christening,

While a weary old man sleeps in a chair,

The pit is dark and the cavern is wide,

There they patiently wait, either side,

And no one moves for fear of Rejection,

Until Experience takes to the floor,

Insists upon a final inspection,

Frail Hope gets searched and thrown out of the door,

Then Promise says 'I think I should mention,

The weary old man is rising once more.'

Topic(s) of this poem: greed

Form: Sonnet

Comments about Sheepgoat's Cheesedream by Anthony Di'anno

  • Soulful Heart Soulful Heart (2/18/2014 11:03:00 AM)

    Simply beautiful.... a moment of uncertsinity and the cheesy tease of hope.....a goat's piint of view: -) (Report) Reply

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Poem Submitted: Tuesday, February 11, 2014

Poem Edited: Sunday, April 26, 2015

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