Kelly Silva


The Quarrel - Poem by Kelly Silva

Pound, pound at this stone cold shield, which rattled with each stroke.
Tears form and all is lost as our words spill into the oceans it behods.

Emotions strain the fibers of tangled thoughts and fades into cries.
Visual sights cloud the morsel of each frame that holds these eyes.

Scream, scream at these clogged specs of disagreeable, hurtful ears.
Ration, reason and rhythm sadly it all seems to have suddenly disappeared.

Topic(s) of this poem: emotions, fight, hurt, love and life, sadness, words


Comments about The Quarrel by Kelly Silva

  • Terry Craddock (1/28/2016 2:38:00 PM)


    Love Bewitches The Soul

    love bewitches souls
    lovers are ever lost
    in seas of time mists

    fate ride the seas
    fair weather or foul
    or be cast upon rocks


    Copyright © Terence George Craddock
    Inspired by the poem 'The Quarrel' by the poet Kelly Silva.
    Dedicated to the poet Kelly Silva.
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  • Terry Craddock (1/27/2016 8:44:00 PM)


    Aspiring Writers Chasing Haunting Words

    talent rising, chases
    will-of-the wisp, expressions
    haunting, flickering lights


    Copyright © Terence George Craddock
    Inspired by the poem 'The Quarrel' by the poet Kelly Silva.
    Dedicated to the poet Kelly Silva.
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  • Terry Craddock (1/25/2016 10:58:00 PM)


    'Tears form and all is lost as our words spill'

    loved this as the line flows into 'into the oceans it behods.' beholds?

    'Emotions strain the fibers of tangled thoughts and fades into cries.
    Visual sights cloud the morsel of each frame that holds these eyes.'

    talent rising, chases will-of-the wisp expressions, flickering lights of love bewitch the soul, lovers are ever lost in seas of time, ride the seas fair weather or foul, or be cast upon rocks
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Poem Submitted: Tuesday, January 12, 2016



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