Ricardo Antunes

Veteran Poet - 1,682 Points (02/11/1982 / Springfield, Massachusetts)

Cobblestone Road - Poem by Ricardo Antunes

I Am Astray Of All Romance
In Being Alone And Morose
When My Eye Is For Another
My Will Remains A Hollow Empty
As My Eye Forever Stays Hope

This Romantic Discord Is Dissonant
When Comes A Harmony In Her
Into A Cool Collected Calm
I Best Be Wise To Look Away
Or Risk Being Smitten

I Offered Her Apart Of Me
For Her To Live A Longer Love
But In Recovery... Over Joyed
My Offer Forever Stands Open
To See Her One As Family

A Small Stone Rounded Home
By The Flow Of Open Water
A Large Pebble Bound
With Mortar And Moon Glow
When I Have Found No Other

This Retreat Of All Glaciers
To A Heart As Forelorn
In Being Alone And Morose
From Stream Beds Touching Ground
That Paved Streets Of Cobblestone

Many Are There To Corrupt
This Mental Aural Storm
A Stay Of Course When Alone
Determined To Make It Through
To Emerge A Better Person

In Admirable Sacrifice Of Love
In Loving Care Of Soul With Body
A Lilt Of Voice To Soothe
As Eyes Entrance Me Still
As Cobblestone Road


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Poem Submitted: Thursday, May 19, 2011

Poem Edited: Friday, May 20, 2011


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