kipper Stagg

Rookie - 2 Points (6th April 1957 / Earth)

Pale Moon - Poem by kipper Stagg

He had said 'enough', there was nothing left to tell
People had seen enough of the visions of his hell.
“I shall write no more! ” he’d said his pen had run quite dry
And anyway every word he wrote would bring tears to his eyes.
A shadow makes its way to him; the pale moon’s in the sky
And summer days within his world are gone and he must try
To cherish what is left to him as time slowly passes by.

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  • Elena Sandu (6/14/2011 4:30:00 AM)

    There should always be good for us to tell true stories..I felt the truth in your poems.And I loved everyone I comented on. They make me get out of my cocoon world and think and try to scream for a better world. Poets needs to try for a better world, if they, who have the guts to put own soul onto a plate to be admired or judged are not doing it who will? Tears are needed to wash out souls isn't it better to be moved to tears than to feel nothingness? He shall do what his heart asks. Whenever heart asks write he shall listen but heart has no will then we will bow and wait till the pen moves again.Please try keep reading from time to time. By the way: my new poems are on poetfreak, but my name there is not complete, I think you can easily recognise my words. Noone could be as childish and naive as me, hahahaha.So may poems light your day and may you bring smiles to dear ones.thank you dear friend, keep writing please! (Report)Reply

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Poem Submitted: Sunday, June 5, 2011

Poem Edited: Tuesday, June 28, 2011


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