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September Musings

Rating: 5.0
Through bars of engine roars, a tiny chirp;
The early breath of day, slowly haled within usurp;
Even more than a physical hunger have we,
Poets to sate the inner gnawings become thee;
Silent watchful ones in searching introspection,
Like flowers innately beautiful from creation;
A song sings of the dawn, to a sleep muted cloud;
Resonating in spurts of motor vehicles loud;
Autumn winds of the warm Atlantic storm,
As the season deepens becomes the norm;
The turbulent swing of terrorism too, remember;
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John Mcmanus 16 October 2009
A very fine poem with lots of vivid imagery and the word blend seamlessly, well done.
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Roxy Gonro 12 October 2009
I really like how descriptive this is, and just how you say and put your words.
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Joseph Poewhit 02 October 2009
Words swirl around like a kaleidoscope
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Trade Martin 30 September 2009
Very well done Gillena. You've utilized lots of fresh language and rhymes. Keep up the fine work. Best regards, Trade.
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Marieta Maglas 29 September 2009
nice symbolistic poem, very well written....10+++
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rago rago 29 September 2009
well crafted and beautiful write............
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wonderful poetry.. nice.. you got words that are not in my vocab to make the rhymes perfect! nice poem
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Patti Masterman 26 September 2009
This poem feels like it has a slow power building up. I liked the line, 'Of experiences drafted like a Milky Way trundle, ' because it's so original and different. I like the way you pour out yourself into a poem and everything else disappears for a brief time.
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wael karameh 26 September 2009
A really wonderful poem in all aspects... I will try to follow your nice poetry from now and on... wael karameh karameh.
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