Nelson G. Remache
Crippled Play Things - Poem by Nelson G. Remache
If the voice before me melts in truth.
What have they all seen in me?
Emptiness, a vast dark room-
I here by denounce!
Your crimes are true!
“Is it not? ! ” Someone loudly spoke.
From wall to wall before it fall-
Here I sit staring the deep black pit.
I dare not sleep, nor fear my dreams to keep-
Brightness before me shines
I dare not think, for if I sink
Not a blink will save my maid in pink.
I pull my hair, I shake my head…
I wonder why and I can’t deny-
“Am I alone? ” silently I whisper
As if I had a fellow here to whisper.
I turn around, for my window opens wide.
I crawl about, to find true my fearful doubt.
'Autumn is here…' She murmurs with a whisper.
“What have I done! ” inside my head I cry
“What should you do! ”
I hear the rain scream, as if he knew-
I crawl back as if time had turn all back,
To find my self wondering a mysterious attack,
I lean on my desk to rest my eyes,
To let them close and rest my mind,
The sun has shine,
My eyes are dark
Comments about Crippled Play Things by Nelson G. Remache
Read this poem in other languages
This poem has not been translated into any other language yet.
Still I Rise
The Road Not Taken
If You Forget Me
Edgar Allan Poe
Stopping By Woods On A Snowy Evening
I Do Not Love You Except Because I Love You