Ruby Hamilton


A Writer's Misprint.! - Poem by Ruby Hamilton

A song of its own, you took every lyric from my palm.

The way I held you gave a release through my finger tips.

I waved you.!



Repeatedly you place down my hand, giving tones of expressions to my cries.

Sorrow laid strips of burdens in a song.



Dazing in a self, every chorus listened me.

Listing what silence I couldn't make place.

A misbeat of rhythm, the stress of my bones place strain in works; I wrote the you you never were.

The us that never was a signing.!



Mental paralysis, nerve functions failed to comply.

I didn't know how to make rule to a lie.



Forging errors in a print, kisses corrected black lines forming detail.



I felt the lost of our two beats.!



Scripting of you, I shredded the mate tears washed lines down.

I couldn't read you.

I couldn't love you.

I couldn't feel you.

I could only lay thought in files of my memory.



Reminding me of the break that promoted me.!

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Poem Submitted: Wednesday, August 22, 2012

Poem Edited: Wednesday, August 22, 2012


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