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End Of Misery

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I gazed, through the window
Seeing the East coast meadow
Out of the horizon came forth
A yellow heavy light
Like it's dreg a twilight palm wine
Set to feast the bridal dine

Warm but fiasco breezed
Swayed away my breath ceased
In a dilemma of destitute
Brought down my attitude
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Friday, May 26, 2017
Topic(s) of this poem: challenges,courage,life,misery,music,mystery
POET'S NOTES ABOUT THE POEM
'Window'in this poem is a symbol of life, tomorrow, and future which is always a mystery to human.'east coast' a symbol of freshness and 'meadow' a greener pasture. A yellow heavy light out of the horizon announces the arrival of a great glory of the persona who's ready to be celebrated like a new African Bride.
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COMMENTS
Kim Barney 16 June 2017
Thanks for the poet's notes. Without them, this poem would have been much harder to understand. My favorite two lines are: Though, it's hard seeing the ending When you're just beginning Thanks for inviting me to read this. Now I invite you to read my latest: 'Bring another Blanket'.
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C. P. Sharma 29 May 2017
An awesome poem with rhythmic beats. The last couplet sums up the theme beautifully.
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C. P. Sharma 29 May 2017
An awesome poem with rhythmic beats with well woven reality of life.
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