Shanto Armonde Poems
|2.||Born To Die Again||10/7/2005|
|4.||My Darling Damned||9/10/2005|
|5.||Why I Loved You||9/17/2005|
|6.||From The Heart Of Man||9/23/2005|
|9.||A Human Illusion||10/12/2005|
|12.||A Frame Of Fallen Beauty||10/24/2007|
|13.||True Beauty Burns||11/17/2008|
|14.||In Paradiso (Haiku)||11/17/2008|
|16.||Appeal To Fate||10/14/2009|
|17.||Treasure Joy (Haiku)||10/14/2009|
|19.||Never Cared For Roses Red||10/22/2005|
|21.||Waltz With Wine||11/9/2005|
|23.||Solace In Sleep (Tanka)||10/1/2005|
|24.||For Love And Money||10/16/2005|
|25.||A Portrait Of Despair||9/22/2005|
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A Portrait Of Despair
Hair sparse, grey and weak,
Forehead marked by a life so bleak.
His bushy brows were curved by regret
Of a middling life that all would forget.
Eyes, desperate and dull, saddened to see
The joy forgone, the man he could be.
The chilling breath his nostrils drew,
Added to his grief and paled his hue.
Lips dry, lacking any color or care,
Long unkiss’d, frowning in despair.
Hands torn, scratched by tools and toil,
Symbols they were of his life of turmoil.
Shoulders shrunken, from the burden of sorrow,
Beyond waited another day, a sadder ...
Born To Die Again
Newborn sun climbs the sky with slothful pace
Critters leap to life, and so does the human race.
It frightens the moon and usurps the night,
It laughs in triumph as the stars take flight...
It lends color to the living, and all cheeks turn red
And men and women live with careless tread.
It scares off the clouds, who ask to share the day,
So lovers, blooming andyoung can love away...