Wednesday, May 31, 2006

Winds Blow, It's Cold

Resonate, in laborious splendor
An incredulous reverberation
The sweat of Salacious aimlessness
Vapid breaths of stale air
Tender toes beneath sad souls
Walking silently with blistering feats
Frigid crowds stare lukewarm apathy
Fresh breaths sighing arid uncertainty
Winds blow, it’s cold

Crumpled ink on fragrant papers
Uncried tears flood clichés
Venomous emeralds see painful memories
Familiar and notably expressive
The decay of permanence
Fables and memories
Winds blow, it’s cold


Blogger dragonfly of the night said...

Papers and leaves
floating in the air,
lonely people,
lonely streets,
dusty wind in morning coldness,
Memories seem now forgotten.

1:36 AM, June 01, 2006  
Blogger Charley said...

hiya! thanks for your wishes and dropping by my blog...I like your postings very much, kinda subtle yet tells a lot:)

2:46 AM, June 05, 2006  
Blogger defiant goddess said...

"Walking silently with blistering feats"

Hehe. :)

8:44 AM, June 05, 2006  
Blogger Behind Blue Eyes said...

I've looked at your blog before, just haven't commented. Thanks for dropping by mine. I was actually thinking about your blog yesterday as I drove through St. Louis, IL. It is a very dilapidated area which went on a downward spiral 40 years ago and has never recovered. Little snatches of description were popping into my mind and I thought of your blog. Thought maybe I would try something similar sometime, just to try.

11:03 AM, June 06, 2006  
Blogger Behind Blue Eyes said...

Oops, I meant to say East Saint Louis, IL

11:05 AM, June 06, 2006  
Blogger Kayla said...


4:52 AM, June 11, 2006  
Blogger nosthegametoo said...

@ flory7dragonfly:

I have often had that feeling in the morning.

As always, you demonstrate that sensitivity and charisma can be spoken softly, and with few words.

@ charley:

Thank you for stopping by. I’m glad you like my posts. I’ve been putting poems that come to mind here for almost a year. I enjoy sharing them.

@ abnormal:

Thanks for stopping by. Always glad to have a new presence around.

@ behind blue eyes:

I see similar places here in Chicago. I’ve spoken with older people who have lived in the city all their life and they frequently speak of more vibrant times.

Anywhere in the world, I hate to see dilapidated areas. Often, there is a great deal of suffering.

@ Kayla:

Coming from you, that’s one great compliment. Thanks.

12:43 PM, June 13, 2006  
Blogger Enemy of the Republic said...

Decay of permanance--wow. Good line and all too true.

6:35 PM, June 19, 2006  
Blogger lady in satin said...

You are so expressive and so colorful and vivid in your writing. Its like, I clearly see the picture you are trying to paint with words. Kudos to you!!

7:01 PM, June 30, 2006  

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