Sitting in an empty playground
That's missing the laugh of a child
A sad horizon
Stretching for miles and miles
An empty swing
Blowing back and forth in the wind
A childs playground
Somehow full of sin
Playground structure breaking
Birdbath of tears
Lost hope still in the making
Tire swing fallen off
And I'm somehow scared of it running me over
I thought there was to be more happiness
As I slowly got older
Comments on this poem/writing:
|everett (220.127.116.11) -- Monday, June 9 2003, 06:31 pm|
another great writing Linz. It gives a creepy atmosphere with the empty playground. i love that.
|LinzAy (18.104.22.168) -- Monday, June 9 2003, 08:01 pm|
glad you caught on to the what i wanted my playground to look like........glad you liked it ev!
|Martin Vann (22.214.171.124) -- Monday, June 9 2003, 10:05 pm|
Perhaps, if I were honest and sincere, which, I always try to be, I'd say, your playground is in fact,"Pay-Ground." For we learn to play the games, from what others show and we think we have learned. Then, we play the game alone, and find ripples in the road. We can learn from others, but, LinzAy, the best lessons, we seem to teach ourselves. Point, learn from yourself, don't ever do it twice, this is all, I can share with you, honesty. Have fun, enjoy life, but every laugh and smile, can come at a great price. Yes, I know, I sound severe, but, laugh and play and enjoy life, to the point "that you can afford it," then, go no farther, it isn't worth the price.
Sorry, I sound so scarry, just being honest with you and this is a GREAT presentation, Thank You! You are very, perceptive and you did want a honest reply, didn't you? This is just mine, too heavy, mabey.
|LinzAy (126.96.36.199) -- Tuesday, June 10 2003, 03:44 am|
You know you need not apologize for anything you say! I understand what you said! thanks Martin for your love and care!
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