Stephen Beam

Path Of Pain And Love - Poem by Stephen Beam

Papyrus cities welcome my ink trails
As i leave prints of thoughts through plastic
Taking time to rest never fails
Having done that i resume this journey

Only then do i give precedence to feeling
For when love is gained, it's ready to happen

Peel back the coating on a bic's membrane
And give it a proverbial healing
Indicating a passion for proverbs of the insane
Negatives give way to positives

Add an ounce of thought to the phalanges
Now show me the horizon
Destiny is decided through written families

Lean not on the pen's psychology
Onward i move the Pen
Vastness of lined papers provides dichotomy
Eternally, taking on the Pen and Paper

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Poem Submitted: Tuesday, April 15, 2008

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