Kye Kurion

Rookie (September 15 / Vallejo)

Boys Don'T Know Love - Poem by Kye Kurion

We don't know, what to think,
We see all our dreams in you.
To this, illusion we always fall,
Just so our hearts, can begin anew.

We can't reach,
That's not right,
I know, what I feel is true.
You look, at me,
You only see a child,
Well I, disagree, with you.

We, still search, for that reason,
That keeps, us moving on.
I'd, rather think, that we're all where we belong,
But those young, are usually wrong.

However, I, don't care, about being,
Right anymore.
I just wanna know what love, can be,
Why can't life be simple, like before?


Comments about Boys Don'T Know Love by Kye Kurion

  • Palas Kumar Ray (6/13/2008 1:15:00 AM)


    Your realization reflected in the last line that Life becomes easy without love is really unchallengeable, No one will disagree!
    Nice poem.
    *9*
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  • (4/21/2008 7:53:00 PM)


    So is this poem about you?
    explain to me who you are talking about

    i really like it!
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  • Tyler Tillett (4/6/2008 4:43:00 PM)


    I like this poem. I feel like that guys are like..idk.. ummm... just using girls for sex.. and not for love... (Report) Reply

  • (4/5/2008 2:48:00 AM)


    Watch your comma usage. If you are going to end a line and add a comma, then that is telling the reader to have a quick pause. Sentences in poetry are allowed to overlap into more then one line; as it is not read as line/break/line/break. It is read as line, then, as the line ends and the new line starts; unless it ends with a period (fullstop) it is read as a sentence. here, I will show you an example: -

    'However, I, don't care, about being,
    Right anymore.' Is read as 'However, I don't care, about being, right anymore.' Can you see how it is all broken up and jumpy? One facet of poetry is to give it a smooth flow, if the context is after it. In this case, it, is all, jumpy and, all over the place, when, read outloud. ;)
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Poem Submitted: Saturday, April 5, 2008



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