Ellias Anderson C.A ( Known as captain A)

Veteran Poet - 1,246 Points (Iran, Islamic republic of)

Ysa - Poem by Ellias Anderson C.A ( Known as captain A)

Of the Ysa Lands, the green people and the green islands
They were shouting and blaming 'That's My Land!
In the heart of goodness, and the blessing ghosts,
Those people were fighting for the stupid boasts!
They had no value; they were hopeless in that nature,
Also they were strange creatures!
In the middle of That Paradise, and in the green lights
A youthful lord has arisen with great mights!
He called him self the 'darkest lord's of night'
And he acted like a brave knight
He was out of this world, he had a blue ghost
And trying to delet the entire boast!
'We are equal in the God's Mercy, if we want' said the youthful lord
'No cruelty here, please write on board!
But something was wrong, something high
Something that stops us from die
A highly, unmeaning, like a rove!
Yes, that was the saintly pinky love!
Of the Ysa lands, the youthful Lord
He stood up and broke that worthless board
He tore up his fear….
With his tear…
The lord starts to cry, starts to weep
He was sadly from the deep
The people were confused, they knew nothing.
They just were looking for a highly thing
Then their graybeard burst to talk:
'Lord, don't you like to have a walk? !
The man of nights, just look at him,
Something angrily was hardly beam
He tore up his shirt with a highly tact
Then a flaring light spread out…from his heart..
No one cover his face to be hurt
The lord felt down…
I think it was dawn..
That light wasn't rove…
I'm sure that was LOVE!
Of the Ysa lands, the pinky people and pinky hearts
They were at the mercy of a pinky part...
Some call it hurt…
But the Ysa people call it love, and the pinky HEART.

Comments about Ysa by Ellias Anderson C.A ( Known as captain A)

  • Nader Baheri (4/20/2013 2:56:00 AM)

    great poem Ellias but i am still thinking where this Ysa iland is.~nb (Report) Reply

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  • Bri Edwards (2/24/2013 4:52:00 PM)

    you sent me a very nice comment re my poem 'Y I Write'. thanks for that. i often then go to the
    last poem on the list of that poet (you in this case) to sample his/her work. i see you are persian/iranian. how do you manage to have the last name 'anderson'? just wondering. as for this poem: i like poems that tell
    stories and rhyme, so for those reasons i like it, BUT i do have trouble understanding some of it (quite a bit in fact) , i believe because your english experience is not that of a native-english-speaker. but i applaud you for
    writing in my native language. i also think you are telling a story many of your readers may be familiar with, which would help them to follow your words. what do you mean by rove? thanks for sharing. i have one more of your poems i plan to read now.
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Poem Submitted: Saturday, May 19, 2012

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