Christina Ader

Rookie - 128 Points (16/08/1990 / Omsk)

Non Personal - Poem by Christina Ader

alike an orphan when
all new the best-and-onlys
relinquished tenant court to see
their ancestors` nests,
entrusted one to one ego`s
demon co-partners and left this
human being contour right
on the familiar foreign spot,
once has been conquered and now
rented - tower of seclusion.
in dreams, swept in made out sympathy
and nonsense growing hurricanly vast
with seldom cloud-blue moon-cloudless
countenance, mainly ear-to-ear grin,
one would betray on lively basis and
that one forgiveforgetforlove.
an arrow marred the solid diamond,
the dignity, one used to own.
the one`s been lost on way,
the one is gone, no flag, and
still, with hide-and-seek pace
traces left beside, no home.
the one was sucked, impoverished, not rescued,
left at sea, wished to be loved so many times,
become a one, face to another one and double;
the novel nature typically sad via
indulged this one had even suffered
from a soul-truth-exhibition-loose emotions.
disarmed one`s faithfulness with pleasure
incredibly but one stopped rather beating pulse,
if only a precautious measures
considered were and taken once.

Topic(s) of this poem: inner world

Form: Blues Poem

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Comments about Non Personal by Christina Ader

  • Khairul Ahsan (3/21/2016 12:05:00 AM)

    Read this poem of yours.
    To me, it seems too verbose!
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Poem Submitted: Sunday, November 1, 2015

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