Sharron Stephenson

The Reatless Play Of Nothing - Poem by Sharron Stephenson

with the pain that drowns the tears
caught by the sence of hate
love causes memories to slide by
a call a message the lock on the door
the search for the pride of the bride of

the rain gathers the wind around a dark
cloud of discontented misery
foam class of wild play

a pull a tick the back slapped name
the tunnel of light not in the view of the

the line that sinks the portrait of the
final smile
the last goodbye for the end of the resrless

Topic(s) of this poem: goodbye

Form: Ballad

Comments about The Reatless Play Of Nothing by Sharron Stephenson

  • Carl Roussell (2/12/2019 7:49:00 AM)

    Goodbye can be such a final word to say, but sometimes it is the only word you can use to end the restless nothing. (Report) Reply

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Poem Submitted: Tuesday, February 12, 2019

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