Here, I'll post some poems that I write. Please give some feedback in the end of the page. You may think some of them are a little dark, but hey, I get inspired, I write it down. There aren't much now, but I'll be posting more soon. Since most don't have any names, I'll simply put them in the order they were written.
UPDATE 4/19/10: Sorry for the wait, guys. Added Poems #7, #8 and #9. Thanks for reading this.
Good and bad,
They all die.
You say they're different,
you all lie.
The more you have,
The more you lose.
It's inevitable to fight,
To be confused.
Cause' life's true purpose
Does not have joy.
Let you build your fate,
And then destroy.
Falling towards darkness below
Into the pit of eternal shadows
Trying to stop time's flow
Thinking 'bout the fate of a thousand battles
Some wars include factions
While begging the world not to fight often
Other wars are between passions
They're left with the beg, unseen and forgotten
Initially, all I had was fear
Afraid I would forever lose those I'd left
But soon enough all became clear
I was facing a fate worse than death.
I could only think of what I must
As I walked across the barren landscape
The old bones turned to dust
This inner prison had no escape
"Live, leave your mark on this place"
Should I be overjoyed?
Cause' I just can't find any solace
Knowing "this place" just gets destroyed.
"Run", said my senses
"Run, til' you can't walk anymore"
But after jumping a thousand fences
I was at the same state as before
"There's no such thing as fate,
Just life and death", I here you say
Well then I'll tell you, death's a state
When life has taken all away.
Poem #4: "Majora's Mask"
A poem I made to put on ZP. Maybe it's not as good as the others, because I work better without a specific theme. Well, whatever, here it goes:
In a distant land where the moon shines
Divided in four by imaginary lines
Where the tower that is built shall soon rise
Too late, people notice the moon has eyes
From hard-working postmans
Dedicated beyond belief
To "kidnapped" adults
Attacked by a thief
Those that seem brave
Are cowardly in the end
And just stay shivering
Watching the burning of the land
From milk to masks
From temples to tasks
From the town to the moon
Which shall crush the world soon
"If it's something that can be stopped, than just try to stop it"
See the shiny red balloon? Go on, just pop it
And the Picto Box guy, man, he's just lazy...
AND THESE FAIRIES AND TINGLE ARE DRIVING ME CRAZY!!!
P. #5: "The Last Stand"
Looking around, I hear a bell
I watch the people, with pride they swell
I can't understand them, I'm not feeling well
As I stand before the gates of Hell
To reach this place, there is no plane
No means of transport, nothing you can gain
It's easy to understand why I only feel pain
As I stand before the bloody rain
The way has a stone, the road as a fork
The merchant has nothing, not even a cork
Why the heck do I feel like a dork
As I stand before creatures, who in the dark lurk
I wonder if you get out of here, had you wealth
Someday I'll ask that guy who once wrote Macbeth
And all I remember, I felt there was nothing left
As I stand before the face of Death
Dedicated to my ex-girlfriend.
I sit here, while the wind whines
I look at the stars, they make me company sometimes
In the distance, the downing sun faintly shines
While in my head I make these rhymes
I think of the life gone past
Like a boat in a storm, with a falling mast
It's weird, I look back and it all went by fast
But I know that the memories shall forever last
Tragedies come, striking with all their might
Unasked for disasters that leap right in sight
Struck by them, some people live in fright
But without the dark, there would never be light
When bad things happen, I remember you in a second
The moments I spent just holding your hand
I can't remember a time when you were just a friend
But the moment came, and our road had a bend
I really don't know if I'll see you again
But in this world of confusion, of one thing I'm certain
While my heart beats, those moments shall never end
I once met light, but it was taken from me
I mourned that time, but now I see
The moment I plunged into the darkness without you
That moment, there was something I would look forward to
Waking up, the bird leaves the nest
The place where never again it would rest
But then, had it known that, at last,
Would it have known what would have been best?
A tiny raindrop jumped out of a cloud
And together with it's brothers, made a splashing sound
But then, had it known that going back was not allowed,
Would it have known what would make others proud?
A man woke up and got out of bed
Living the life he wished he'd never had
But then, had he known he wouldn't make it out ahead,
Would he have known for whom he'd drop dead?
Poem #8: "The End"
He pulls his finger, wanting to have fun
Smoke coming out from the barrel of the gun
A bullet right before you, at the distance of a thumb
One second, and your body suddenly goes numb
You try to scream, but you've lost control
A bright light comes and swallows you whole
"Is this the end?", you keep asking yourself
While gripping to the doubts, they're all that's left
That's when all hope is forever lost
That's when your spirit is stuck in the frost
That's when your head burns within the final flame
That's when you've already lost the game
You close your eyes and everything's dark
Right before you, you hear a bark
A warm feeling makes you fell well
But it's way too warm, for this is hell
That's when all hope is lost within
That's when the frost sucks your spirit in
That's when the flame just keeps burning on
That's when bored Death sits and yawns
And so he ran
Stopped dead again
No place to hide
Fear's length so wide
In the woods, one rainy day
In the rain, only one way
On the way, no tracks to fade
Another day, no goodbyes to bade
Your life will last
If you make it out
But you're trashing about
You close your eyes
You feel the ice
The icy cold
The end is close
And so he fell
Stopped dead in hell
No place to run
Flames hotter than the Sun
And so I woke
No heartbeat stroke
No place to go
No living soul
Dude, your a natural genius for poems! 5 stars! 220.127.116.11 02:39, January 29, 2010 (UTC)