Rafael Cazares

Rookie - 41 Points (8/3/89 / Fresno, CA)

Rafael Cazares Poems

1. The Cock 3/31/2010
2. Creatures Of The Underworld 3/31/2010
3. Prisoner Of Self 3/31/2010
4. Nymph Cliff 3/31/2010
5. Traditional Wisdom 7/4/2010
6. Nocturnal Impulses 7/14/2010
7. Infatuation And Loneliness 7/17/2010
8. Crayola 7/7/2008
9. Warning To The Oncoming 7/5/2009
10. Tantamount Oppositions 7/7/2009
11. The Long Roads Of Gold And Purity 7/11/2009
12. The Nightwalker 7/27/2010
13. The Room 7/30/2010
14. La Vida In A Few Words 8/13/2010
15. Distressed 10/10/2010
16. I Do Love You 9/8/2011
17. Attraction 9/8/2011
18. Crossroad Blues 9/8/2011
19. Revolution 9/8/2011
20. Poets 9/8/2011
21. Critique And Resolution In My America 9/16/2011
22. A Rose 12/12/2011
23. Morning Revelations 1/1/2012
24. Callow Era 8/12/2012
25. The Plebeian And The Estranged Eccentric Have A Word. 8/15/2012
26. Mango 8/15/2012
27. Nohemi 8/15/2012
28. Seasons Will Change 10/20/2012
29. The Spontaneous Haikus 10/20/2012
30. A Few Moments Of Attention 11/7/2012
31. Moonlit Daisies 11/7/2012
32. Daily Births 12/18/2012
33. Yesterdays Man 1/1/2013
34. Three Scholarly Virtues, One Enigmatic Faith 4/13/2013
35. For Those With Nothing, But Daydream Of Everything. 4/27/2013
36. Ravings, From A Broken Songbird 5/3/2013
37. The Muse 4/13/2013
38. Mind Meanderings: Part I 10/17/2013
39. Mind Meanderings: Part Ii 10/17/2013
40. Comedy Of The Absurd 10/16/2013
Best Poem of Rafael Cazares

Fleeting Is Our Love

I invite you to a humble abode
where the moonlight seems to always be;
hiding from the sun.

you have refused to come.
so i remain.
maybe you have too much to lose
and I much to gain.

love has
left those adorable, admirable eyes
losing warmth, and I unable to
shelter your worries and cries.

friendly and feeble
you are a cozy summer beetle
that the masses have overlooked
just lying on your beds of leaf...quietly,
where i've longed to be.

Our love has evolved into sheer
destruction and concern,
So the time has come to ...

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Tantamount Oppositions

Must the protagonist always win?
Is the moral always taught by the noble?

An antagonist, in the eyes of the many,
is led in by greed, and selfishness,
Predestined to meet his
own self-destruction.

But I oppose such presuppositions.

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