A Curious Thought

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Status: Finished  |  Genre: Poetry  |  House: Booksie Classic
This poem is built on two meaning. The first set of words before the ellipsis describe a literal sense to the meaning of the poem, while the words after the ellipsis tell a story of figurative meaning and interpretable rhetoric.

Submitted: April 10, 2008

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A Curious Thought... By: J. L. Moreaux


Storm unfurling, burning feelings.

Sent underground, hiding proceedings.
Burning underneath, angry souls.
Sheath determined, tears, burning coals.

Send us your message, The eternal abyss.
Cornered and trapped, by the things we miss.
About our hearts, waters cool the anger.
Lives determined, by the eternal hanger.

A tempter knows, the feeling shows
When you dive, into the eternal snows.
A cool feeling, brings inner healing.
Refreshed and happy, as the wounds are sealing.



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