Linda Neill Poet Digter

Rookie (South Africa)

Lament Of Loom - Poem by Linda Neill Poet Digter

Lament¹ of loom²

I am not saying a word
name me silent
I feel violent
tears are my sword.
I smile as I try to
bury the pain
hard emptiness
my gain.
I will refrain
from sadness
so I reach high to
be in blossom and bloom
to bury the lament of loom.

Don't try to understand my longing
a lament of loom
it is a mocking bird's song
but I will continue going
knowing it will become a joyful song

¹Lament- mourn; cry for; ²Loom - appear
Copyright Linda Neill

Comments about Lament Of Loom by Linda Neill Poet Digter

  • Linda Neill Poet Digter (2/15/2013 12:10:00 PM)

    Wow I thank you so kindly senor.10 out of 10 for my poem, I appreciate it sincerely. Paolo Guiseppe Mazzarello (Report) Reply

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  • Paolo Giuseppe Mazzarello (1/31/2013 3:12:00 PM)

    Is it part of a play? Voice: 'As I look at you, I bury my lament and loom disappears. I want to tell you my entire story from the beginning...' Well, it doesn't seem a tragedy. Very fine lines. Chorus: 'Love is way of forgetting or forgiving what we lost'. (Report) Reply

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Poem Submitted: Thursday, January 31, 2013

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