Richard Whaley

Rookie (Alexander City / Alabama)

Left - Poem by Richard Whaley

I see you as the soul meaning of beauty
I try to go on during the day but thinking of your radiant look just makes me stop and forget my daily duties
So when the day came and you left
i was left with not much more than a breath
as i see you boardint that train
every rotation of those cold steel wheels causes me even more pain
so when they ask me how i come to be insane
i tell them...
It's the moving of that long black train

(this one seems kinda aquard to me i dunno why tho) §

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Poem Submitted: Thursday, February 26, 2009

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