Author: Crimson Angel
Tinted within the rays of light
Shadows cast out from day to night
The world spins within its time
And from where I sit I make this rhyme
As I sit here, my paper in hand
I hope to carve my future as best as I can
As the sun peeks over the horizon
And the abyss becomes nevermore
The legend of the enchanting Sirens
Only become the sweet song of a lore...
Comments on this poem/writing:
|Seizure (188.8.131.52) -- Wednesday, July 30 2003, 01:41 pm|
This one's better than the last one I read. I just like the way it flows more... again, good job
|Enchantress (184.108.40.206) -- Wednesday, July 30 2003, 06:21 pm|
I love your poetry Crimson Angel. It's so beautiful and deep. It's so perfect to me. I speak the truth when I say I am a BIG fan of your writing. Keep writing, I'll keep reading! Great work!
|Stacey (220.127.116.11) -- Wednesday, July 30 2003, 06:57 pm|
I really enjoyed this poem, in fact, i read it a few times. love the way it flows. I'll have to go check out some of your other writings. :) Great job!
|Crimson Angel (18.104.22.168) -- Wednesday, July 30 2003, 07:07 pm|
Wow! Thanks!! I love it that I get compliments for what I do! It makes me feel all special *gets all mushy* Hehe, anyway, thanks alot for your comments, I love them to pieces! Thanks again, and I'm glad you all enjoy my writing! :-)
|Ben (22.214.171.124) -- Wednesday, July 30 2003, 10:35 pm|
Crimson Angel, I like this one. A human picure came to mind of you writing your dreams on paper.
Keep dreaming and writing!! Thanks for your poem!
|Crimson Angel (126.96.36.199) -- Friday, August 1 2003, 04:01 am|
Thanks for the comment, Ben. These are my dreams, as well as fantasies. I really enjoy writing what I see, but I like it much better, when I get complimented for doing so. Thanks again! :-)
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