Green Peace


Fleeting Faces - Poem by Green Peace

Wanted to touch the fluffy white clouds
But realised it is unattainable.
Wanted to fly, but was bounded.
Mollycoddled in fantasies and fairy-tailed world
Went to delve them out
Found them only fallacies.

We're moving in islands
Thus dwindling in realities and white-lies
What's hidden behind the smiles
Tragedies, predicament, dilemma, tears
Might change tomorrow:
No consistent facts........
Everything revolving in 'ifs, buts, exceptions'-
'Even-thoughs'

Life's like an ice-cream
Steady yet soon melts
Exists, but gobbledygook existence
In the intransigent seasons.

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  • Bob Blackwell (10/12/2008 8:57:00 AM)

    You have a rare talent for your age, an insight for our failings and the creativity to spell it out. An excellent poem. Keep writing. Bob (Report)Reply

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Poem Submitted: Sunday, October 5, 2008



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