Dan Quiles

Rookie - 8 Points (March 10,1975 / Boston, MA)

Untitled Poem Ii - Poem by Dan Quiles

In my world, in the other part of the sea, Seasons have changed, The grass has changed colors. The borders of the shadows have constantly changed.
A new chapter in life has developed. A new challenged has began. A new wind has begun. I feel its swirl of noise make & change its tune. I feel it kissing me. I feel it passing me. It is a sweet tang. I would prefer to hang tight to it. And be with it. To lit an ever bit of bliss. And kiss the world a juicy kiss. Then hiss and piss at this envious world. A new type of light has shone. And new era has been born. I feel the raucous horn. My snickers are already worn, But still willing for the extra step A celebration of some sort. I feel like I should abort. Or should I report it to the world. Nevertheless, a sadness lies within. My bloodline has become very thin. I can’t stand it, however, I feel strong as a noisy band, Regardless, of what happens, I will be here to firmly land. And expand all possibilities and probabilities. Today is Thursday, Tomorrow will be the day, And not just any day. I am already clearing the way. I look forward to many Fridays to come. Then, it will become, our home. Coming and becoming what should have been long ago


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Poem Submitted: Saturday, March 17, 2007

Poem Edited: Thursday, February 3, 2011


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