Joseph Michalski

Rookie - 0 Points (April 15,1992 / Rogers, Arkansas)

Memories In A Land Of Gems - Poem by Joseph Michalski

In a small land of absolute beauty
There is a blanket of gems everywhere
Only for awhile does it fade away
Revealing absoulte tranquility
Instantly you realize that anywhere
Is not as serene as this place today

This beauty I wish would last forever
In this place I wish to remember
Memories of times we spent together

Another beauty will come; enmity
The gems fall across the lands; here and there
The sky is glittering with the suns rays
Diamonds with absolute clarity
Dazzling the eyes and freezing the ears
Thousands of gems falling throughout the day

When the gems fall there will come consummation
To all who are lost in colds dominion
Then they notice they are apparations

For those who escaped the colds iniquity
There is the knowing of beautys ardor
Those who know beauty are content to stay
Away from the colds great hostility
Until the day comes and it is much warmer
When it is safer to come out and play

This beauty I wish would last forever
In this place I wish to remember
Memories of times we spent together


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Poem Submitted: Monday, December 14, 2009

Poem Edited: Tuesday, February 23, 2010


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