Poetry: The perfect noun

If I had wings to fly
I would go to the scarlet moon
On the wings of a diamond night
Trying to live again
Because the poet in me cannot die
I would go in search of my muse
I would go in search of eternity..

Under an ancient sky 
That spills the sun in my hair
Wildflowers in my eyes
Poetry on my lips
When the wind sings on my skin
Broken heartstrings kindle a lilt
Clouds weep into the blue
My soul goes sleepless
As the moon and sun wake together
Feeding my soul with ink
In a silence that goes ballistic
A quill that needs to be tranquilized
I idolize thoughts that spring
From poetry..
My mind stops hurting
I crash my hourglass..
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109 thoughts on “Poetry: The perfect noun

    1. Indeed , you are very much part of the universe , atleast I seem to have you in mine lol , 😊
      You , my friend are all parts of the speech rolled into one , noun verb adverb adjective , you make up the cosmos.
      A very good day to you.

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  1. Your muse worked overtime on this one! Too many phrases that I loved to quote them all, but a few that particularly resonated were: “A quill that needs to be tranquilized” and like you, “I idolize thoughts that spring from poetry.” Yassy, your poetry speaks to me!

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  2. The poet in you can never die, beautiful and so true and that last line…crashing the hourglass, a perfect symbolism of the poetess never resting in you. Poetry is the perfect noun but also the perfect verb because you put so much action into its motion and make it beautiful. You are a creative conjunction because you connect with your readers in a lovely way Yassy🌹🌹.

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