Rince Wind


Rince Wind Poems

1. Only If I Could Write No More... 7/16/2006
2. Strangers Met... 7/16/2006
3. You... 7/16/2006
4. Unformed Pebble Dropped... 7/16/2006
5. A Poet's Prayer... 7/16/2006
6. Mundane Caravans... 7/16/2006
7. A Thought Died... 9/2/2010
8. Lost To Layers Of Time 3/1/2012
9. For It You Are Alive... 3/1/2012
10. Broken Things 6/3/2012
11. Loss Of Beauty Passing By... 6/18/2012
12. Sorrow Of A Foolish Kind! 7/5/2013
13. Walk Over To Me... 12/11/2006
14. Where Shadows Melt Into The Light... 12/14/2006
15. What I Really Crave For... 12/23/2006
16. A State Of Mind... (Smoking) 1/8/2007
17. I Have Loved You... 11/3/2007
18. Spare Hope... 7/16/2006
19. Summer Baked Clay... 7/16/2006
20. A Song For All My Yesterdays... 7/16/2006
21. I'Ll Wait... 7/16/2006
22. Everydayness... 7/16/2006
23. And She Moves... 7/16/2006
24. Crevices Of Time... 7/16/2006
25. Known Strangers... 7/16/2006
26. Crumpled Paper... 7/16/2006
27. Just Below The Curtained Window... 7/16/2006
28. A Mind Ago... 7/16/2006
29. A Few Moments Ago... 7/16/2006
30. My Heart Its Alibi... 7/16/2006
31. Freckled With Inconsistencies... 7/16/2006
32. On A Cloudy Misty Day... 7/18/2006
33. Cotton Ball... 7/16/2006
34. Have You Ever Had Dreams... 7/16/2006
35. Now You Are Gone... 7/16/2006
Best Poem of Rince Wind

Now You Are Gone...

Still that empty feeling
impossible to live without
were you always by my side
or was that a dream last night
but…
now you are gone
and I’ll never know why...


Every moment I know you
are moments more of me
if ever, I am myself
you are somewhere around
but…
now you are gone
and I’ll never know why...


If my love is wandering
There is some place it wants to be
unknown but almost felt
where there are no reasons to be
but…
now you are gone
and you’ll never know why…

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A Few Moments Ago...

Someone lived a life... a few moments ago
dewdrops were on a bark a few moments ago

saw and felt things ever wanted
with eyes closed & fingers numbed
serene as they were a few moments ago

ice melted and letters faded
memories on empty street paraded

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