William Benjamin Wolfe

Rookie (London, England)

William Benjamin Wolfe Poems

1. Aisles Of Avenues 11/2/2012
2. Squandered 11/4/2012
3. A. M. Spearmaker 12/10/2012
Best Poem of William Benjamin Wolfe

Squandered

In blind of night he wakes.
the ship has: not a rock,
nor has it a quake.

It drifts,
washing slow,
of doubtful ambitions

the sparks of cigarette
disturb the parish dark,
being confounded only;
else by light of moon.

ad hoc fumes
perish in absent light,
leaving virgin
sky untouched;
cloudless as it were

on the water
the waves semblant
are none other than
ripples of its existence;
but a mockery of
perseverance.

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