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Implanted Seed by RubyXero
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Implanted Seed

By RubyXero

Unsustained breath.
wheezing and wilting
once soft petals.
now withered and held
below with forceful rage.
of envy.




..
where has your fight gone?..
.
Or does that dark corner
become cravings just to be?
Just. to see..

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© 2008 RubyXero
Published on Thursday, July 17, 2008.     Filed under: "Poetry"
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  • Taunting The Reaper On Saturday, July 19, 2008, Taunting The Reaper (213)By person wrote:

    I read this and I though it asked the question; what's it all for if for nothing? Things wither, things grow and in that dim light between I've always thought it best to let it all seep in good and bad if there ever was such a thing. I've felt just this way at times.

  • MESUN On Saturday, July 19, 2008, MESUN (237)By person wrote:

    i got the feeling this alludes to something that doesn't usually project the darkness that this representation does. what i see it to be is mine and i will keep that way, for what it is to you is yours. a pleasant and stimulating read.

  • A former member wrote: That last stanza brought it all together like a complete full circle,..left with nothing but an empty void.

  • heroineyes On Friday, July 18, 2008, heroineyes (143)By person wrote:

    where has your fight gone?.. reminds me ok: "you're too strong to surrender, but you're far too frail to fight"-mewithoutYou... good write...i like the way it flows...

  • urbanhumility On Friday, July 18, 2008, urbanhumility (1255)By person wrote:

    internal....intelligent....flow of prose.........well done


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