Chyenne Noyb

Rookie (May 19 / Illinois)

Title Pending - Poem by Chyenne Noyb

Say it is love
Tide hits the shore
Push comes to shove

It is a dream
Hay bales in summer;
When the reams

Of ice and snow
Darken the bay
A ship rides in
To take me away.

I'm leaving you here
Forever, with the tide,
But don't you fear

In the abstract wild
We're loving a
Forgotten child.

When you're strange to me
Will I remember
That you used to be

Who said it was love
Sex on the ground,
A nightmare above?

If I die
Before I wake
Take the cord from
Around my neck.

If we're not
Together again
Will you be lost?

If you're strange to me
Will I remember?
Will a blind man see?

It sounds to me
Like all the waters
In the sea.

The birds all rise
One of them sighs

The birds all rise
One of them sighs

You're scaring me
Trembling I lay
Don't be far away.

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Poem Submitted: Wednesday, November 14, 2007

Poem Edited: Monday, April 25, 2011

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