Biography of Robert Eclipse
i am a young secretive writer currently working to get my works published.
i am just another loner who writes his poetry the pen is my weapon the paper the battlefield here to prove not all guys are emotionless and can be just as emotive as anyone else.
'an author can survive anything but a mis-print.'
poetry should not be judged by the masses but by the individual people themselves.
feel free to rate and comment on my works as i will apreciate the feedback
Robert Eclipse's Works:
none so far
Robert Eclipse Poems
Everywhere do the Cuts run deep, deep Like the ocean of tears I'm drowning in, the moon
A Boy's Love
Why does she make me feel like this, Is it how she flicks her hair, Or how her eyes are oceans of bliss, I can't help but feel its unfair,
I like my women How i like my drink, Sometimes smooth, Sometimes strong,
Back Of The Car
Sat in the back of the car By night, glancing out At every passing star By day the trees as they
Haiku Hitman Ii
Life is not happy- Happiness is found in death, You shall be happy.
I toss, i turn I wrestle with My covers, sleepless nights Grueling days
Questions without answers We know there are none Yet still try to find them Though we know it is like
I Am Medusa
Beware my gaze For men who laze In their guard Shall know my disregard
I walk this long Twisted road Alone.
A beauty That Captures The heart of
Invisible On The Concrete
Sat in the shadow is my place of dwelling As the spring time sun seems less compelling. Laid there lonesome and quiet With the occasional disruption of the silent
Lonely In The Shadow
Laid in the shadow on a sunny day Letting the time waste away Content and cheerful to the eye But on the inside not quite so fine
You only live once So don't wither away Till old and grey As I did, I dismay
Love Of Shadows (Version 2)
Love of my life The shadow that hides me She helps to leave my Past behind me,
Everywhere do the
Cuts run deep, deep
Like the ocean of tears
I'm drowning in, the moon
Painting the ocean, while
Suffocating the sun,
Edging the light away