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A Statue

Rating: 4.2
On thy face is thy palm
In thy soul is a great calm

In thoughts deep you are lost
Peep through always into the frost

Have become eternal your this gaze
To looker on always amaze

Thy sitting posture, changes not
And pretty gesture with love fraught
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Ken E Hall 02 June 2009
A well thought out poem with feeling of the worldly woes thru the stillness of stone++++++10 regards
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I found this a unique poem in that it uses wonderful imagery to anticipate thoughts of a statue. And the peace aspect of the poem is, of course, very much needed in the world. 10 Karin Anderson
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Anjali Sinha 01 May 2009
'When love would be reside in all No casualty and no death toll' These words are so true each and every one of them wonderful poem certainly +++10 anjali
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Elaine Oxamendi Vicet 29 April 2009
True, who knows the artist intent when he chipped away at metal, rock or wood. The statues seem observe in silence and yes we wonder of what they have seen and know.
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Mohammed Albalushi 28 April 2009
we all seek peace and love, hope ur poem reach all the world, well write dear and thanks for sharing
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William Stoneberger 28 April 2009
sounds like you're talking about The Thinker...may we all keep thoughts of peace and brother hood ever with us...peace & poetics...William
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Rajaram Ramachandran 27 April 2009
This poem carries a very good message to the disturbed world of today.
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rago rago 27 April 2009
Really well structured poem for statue.......they earn wages they earn laurels... a good meaningful poem, .
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