Terence George Craddock (afterglows echoes of starlight)

Regressive - Poem by Terence George Craddock (afterglows echoes of starlight)

love memories residue incinerated
hugs discontinuity entropy increases
love piercings immunity forcefield fails

Copyright © Terence George Craddock

Topic(s) of this poem: anger, hurt, hurting

Poet's Notes about The Poem

Inspired by the poem 'Speak With Caution' by the poet J Sheba Anandhi.
Dedicated to the poet J Sheba Anandhi.
Split image from the poem 'Love Immeasurable Immunity Forcefield Fails' by the poet Terence George Craddock.
Written in January 2016 on the 2&27.1.2016.

Comments about Regressive by Terence George Craddock (afterglows echoes of starlight)

  • Terry Craddock (1/27/2016 4:37:00 PM)

    It makes sense, it explores reasons for love failing without stating the obvious, which has been done countless times; each line has an individual rhythm and flow, but if read quickly evokes a disharmony which suits the love failing themes; love failing is reflected upon incessantly, if read a few times it makes sense; the reasons for love failing are obvious and elusive, this poem is written in depths, love regressing; but the style is not meant to be obvious, meaning is whatever a reader imposes and like love regressive this will have no meaning when contrasted with the strength intensity and often immunity of a young passionate love.

    Thank you for the response Kay, I love appreciate and adore honesty, and with poems written in sometimes vastly differing styles individual poems will be suited to some tastes more than others, readers read topics they enjoy, themes like politics and war are not enjoyed by readers of love and nature always, some like sad poems some happy, we all differ and there are poems for everyone.
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  • (1/27/2016 4:11:00 PM)

    It does not make sense or have any reason of flow to me, but maybe my mind isn't deep enough to encompass such a strange poem as this one. (Report) Reply

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Poem Submitted: Wednesday, January 27, 2016

Poem Edited: Wednesday, January 27, 2016

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