Sean Kievman

Rookie (1979 / Northern California)

Biography of Sean Kievman

I'm in my early thirties. I've always enjoye writing poems. I like the way poetry twists words rythematically. I live in Japan and teach English as a Second language. It's fun and exciting. I was here during the 9.0 earthquake. It was the scariest day of my life. I took a short two week break and went back to the USA but I'm back in Japan teaching ESL again. Hopefully there aren't anymore earthquakes like the one I experienced and where so many people lost their lives. I hope you enjoy my poems.

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The Sands Of Time

It seems as if the sky fell through the clouds again this fall.
Bringing spring flowers rain and all.
The bitter spice rang up a call.
Through the rue and stew created by all.
A melody that can’t be sung at all.
A summer tune is soon to call bringing a smiling face upon all.
Until then all we can do is try to see through the fog.
A smog hovers over us until solutions are found.
If not then that will be our bitter ending melody of a sound.

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