Years Never Die -------------------------------------------
I've lived to see a different world
To the one I used to know
Throw a rock in a pond and it swirls
A ripple effect will show
and unfold like a virgin pearl
when it's our time to go
I feel so distant from the planet
I'm a stranger in a stranger's home
A tiny pebble in the land of stones
I feel stranded
In a happy home
With a million clones
And all these events forever survive
In a passage of time that never dies
Yet it's a perilous roam.
I've gotta disagree with the kase dude, but that's probably just because I've got the tendency to adorn writings that feel...unheard of. This feel is a rarity I like to keep personal. I mean, come on, how often may one find poetry with this kind of a killer rhyme? Not to mention, the way you over-lapped each and every image was something I couldn't even imagine accomplishing.
I enjoyed it, I hope you're proud of writing it, and props to you for achieving something so gnarly -
although a bit too sad for some audiences -
but hey, that's life in a nutshell, so...
Thanks for sharing.
This was grest. Great start kinda lost the touch in the middle but you finished strong with those last lines. But weve all been there dude, just keep youre head up cause its never easy but its definately doable!