Please Do Not Move
Author: Rick Ryckman
The night has no silence.
Of dreams ---- when I have been with you.
In my resplendence of ambrosia.
In the dark: be-knighted with ecstasy.
Where the effusion of my heart and soul are caught.
My body has not been beguiled beyond the bounds of ---- reason.
I have tasted the elixir of life, and felt the secret of perpetual motion.
From the flash flames blazing through my mind.
Laying still in your fire-box ---- until I have melted.
Comments on this poem/writing:
|barb (22.214.171.124) -- Sunday, November 26 2006, 04:07 am|
I didn't understand some of the words,so I lost interest. but I bet higher educated ones would love it.sorry
|Rick Ryckman (126.96.36.199) -- Sunday, November 26 2006, 07:49 pm|
I understand what you are saying here! Sometimes writings just flow and come out the way they do. I don't know where it came from. After I wrote it. I just looked at it myself. Barb there are those people that are book smart, and those that are street smart. [ I am very glad that I am street smart ] I only finished the 6 grade. So education is only a matter of degrees. Let me try to say this in a kind way. When I do not understand a word or its meaning. I go to my dictionary for guidance. Thank you very much for your honest feedback. It is greatly appreciated.
|barb (188.8.131.52) -- Sunday, November 26 2006, 08:23 pm|
And if it wasn't so hard fopr me to use a book I would look them up . but with one hand it's a pain in the butt. lol You should be proud of yourself ,you educated yourself.kudo kudo. good writing Rick!
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