Anthony Degilio

Rookie (08/22/1992 / Port Charlotte)

Anthony Degilio Poems

1. Love 9/12/2009
2. Memories 9/12/2009
3. The Longsword 9/13/2009
4. Starlit Night 9/14/2009
5. The Worst Act 9/28/2009
6. Hero 10/21/2009
7. Dreamers 10/21/2009
8. Echoes Of Time 11/2/2009
9. One Belief 8/21/2010
10. The Mask 9/15/2010
11. Sound 9/15/2010
12. Mistakes 9/15/2010
13. Blind Sight 9/15/2010
14. False Royal 9/16/2010
15. Untame 9/17/2010
16. In The Rough 9/23/2010
17. Empty Drops 9/30/2010
18. Blossom 10/12/2010
19. Absolution 2/1/2010
20. Ever Eternal 5/2/2010
21. Soul's Window 6/3/2010
22. Singular Soul 6/22/2010
23. Blackened Ocean 8/15/2010
24. The Beauty 9/16/2009
25. Ancients 11/14/2010
26. Chant 11/30/2010
27. Your Toll 1/4/2011
28. Dark Road 1/11/2011
29. Ice 11/30/2010
30. Humanity 8/15/2010
31. Hour Of Ravens 12/8/2009
32. A Phoenix's Fire 9/15/2009
33. Dragonslayer 11/3/2009
34. Caged 11/14/2010
35. Avarice 9/22/2009
36. Calming Thoughts 11/6/2009
37. Nature's Veil 9/22/2009
Best Poem of Anthony Degilio

Nature's Veil

Nature, thy double-edged sword,
The serene and peaceful hallowed fjord,
Teeming with life and everlasting light,
That lasts well into the dark of night,
Yet elsewhere a chaotic storm may churn,
Oh how the deadly lightning does urn,
To strike the path of least resistance,
Lets say, a person for instance,
Nature's biting edge may wreak total destruction,
While its dulled edge heals in conjunction,
The souls forever flayed by it's masked veils,
From whom come nature's true tales.

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A Phoenix's Fire

Thy monstrous beast flew faster with wings afire,
Settling on smouldering perches forever higher,
Soon it hovers high enough to overlook the earth,
Under which lies humanity in its wasteful girth,
It spreads its ruby wings and drops below,
Extinguishing all of humanity in one fiery flow,
But, alas, after all are gone the phoenix will die,
And from the ashes of the beast will humanity rise.

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