General TripleD

Forest Walk - Poem by General TripleD

The forest I could not find
Only trees filled my mind
Looking and searching was what I did
But I did not find the forest, not even a bit
Suddenly I saw you
And forgot what to do
I tried to breathe, to talk, to think
My body didn’t even blink
Before I realized, my heart was gone
Your talking, I felt it in every bone
I tried to break the silence: 'what is'
Then you shut me up with a kiss
At last I found the forest in these trees
But now I was attracted to you, you were what honey is for bees

I closed my eyes
And saw different skies
I could see the pictures in my head
But I tried to open my eyes instead
Your voice kept going on
Finally, I opened my eyes and you were gone

I started to walk home
When I looked back the forest was gone

Poet's Notes about The Poem

Ty Bri Edwards

Comments about Forest Walk by General TripleD

  • Bri Edwards (11/23/2013 9:52:00 AM)

    verb: breathe; 3rd person present: breathes; past tense: breathed; past participle: breathed; gerund or present participle: breathing

    take air into the lungs and then expel it, esp. as a regular physiological process.
    she was wheezing as she breathed
    synonyms: inhale and exhale, respire, draw breath; More
    puff, pant, blow, gasp, wheeze, huff;
    inspire, expire
    she breathed deeply
    be or seem to be alive because of this.
    at least I'm still breathing
    synonyms: be alive, be living, live More
    at least I'm still breathing
    (of wind) blow softly.
    say something with quiet intensity.
    “We're together at last, ” she breathed
    synonyms: whisper, murmur, purr, sigh, say More
    “Together at last, ” she breathed
    (of an animal or plant) respire or exchange gases.
    plants breathe through their roots
    give an impression of (something) .
    the whole room breathed an air of hygienic efficiency
    (of wine) be exposed to fresh air.
    red wine needs untold time to breathe
    (of material or soil) admit or emit air or moisture.
    let your lawn breathe by putting air into the soil
    allow (a horse) to rest after exertion.
    tarnish or taint.
    before the queen's fair name was breathed upon


    despite the misspelling, i most enjoyed the two lines:

    I tried to breath, to talk, to think
    My body didn’t even blink .................thanks for the rhymes here and elsewhere. thanks for sharing. :)
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Poem Submitted: Wednesday, August 21, 2013

Poem Edited: Sunday, November 24, 2013

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