James McLain

Gold Star - 37,063 Points (1958 - / From Tampa Florida And Still Living Near By)

Humming Bird Song - Poem by James McLain

You when I call, to obtain from it,
having been troubled from this youth.
Then not as now it is not that fresh for me.
It is not possible now to give up to far and fly away.
Humming bird song, why the damage to thee as to me.
Thy little thus from life it is peace.
Moving off into away it is hidden warm safely,
the yoke of thy far form.
Where the eye, milky the eye is curiosity.
You thus I am observed.
It is for the sake of his strong magnificence,
your being has been attached to the siver cord, thy back.
Deepest of blue turns green, I am with you, as you I am.
Gold, silver maker thy lined.
Thy velvet uncovered thus draped amongst the ruins.
Houseless I am of thus made by thee,
you see but this wandering person.
My clothing, my staff, your arms thus wrapped about me.
The hero never cries out when to often in sleep where you lie.


Comments about Humming Bird Song by James McLain

  • Bri Edwards (7/30/2017 1:32:00 AM)


    no comments? but i have it in MyPoemList already! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! !

    hmm?

    anyway, i'll use this in August 2017's showcase, with THIS note from me after the poem:

    Bri's note: Is It Poetry seems to be one of the most prolific poets on PH. his poems often also seem to be some of the oddest, in that i often do not understand what the Hell he is talking about! ok, i sometimes have an idea, but still i rarely feel i follow the 'story' well. BUT still, besides seeming to be a fine not-so-young man, i find that reading his poems is somehow enjoyable. there is some musicality in
    some of it. and, yes, there ARE what i call misspellings, but that is NOT the most important thing in life to avoid, even though i usually point them out to poets. i like this guy. :)
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Poem Submitted: Thursday, November 18, 2010

Poem Edited: Wednesday, July 3, 2013


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