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Mandolyn ...


there's heaven on the plains and freedom in the hills...


if mountains were ships
we'd throw an anchor when we reached the middle of nowhere
i'd hang my feet off the side of the earth- with you
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Topic of this poem: love


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  • Rookie - 154 Points Dr.subhendu Kar (7/29/2014 2:52:00 PM)

    f mountains were ships
    we'd throw an anchor when we reached the middle of nowhere, ..................

    if dream would be sky azure
    we would fly like birds to touch stars
    being befuddled in the midst of stream
    yet light blue may guide to go heavenward......ingenious write by metaphor and imagery (Report) Reply

    Gold Star - 11,695 Points Mandolyn ... (7/29/2014 7:04:00 PM)

    thanks, Kar
    thems some pretty wards... (words)
    word.

  • Bronze Star - 5,293 Points Daniel Brick (7/29/2014 2:42:00 PM)

    The second and third stanzas are amazing! ! The first stanza was like taking a deep breath in the open air, but the energy and delight of the poem begins with him in the second and her in the third and the words take flight, real flying together. I've always thought in some nearby realm where magic still holds sway song and flight are the same thing because one fuels the other and then the singers take flight as your two do in this poem.... (Report) Reply

    Gold Star - 11,695 Points Mandolyn ... (7/29/2014 7:04:00 PM)

    thanks so much, Brick!
    i want to take a deep breath in an actual forest....

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