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Contentment.
Everlasting, ignorant.
Dancing, living, laughing, giving.
Troubles, heartbreak, pain.
Falling, dying, praying, crying.
Burdened, restless.
Confusion.
Frustrating, relentless.
Pondering, learning, tossing, turning.
Enlightenment, illumination.
Sensing, knowing, yearning, growing.
Reassured, firm.
Faith.
Blind, hopeful.
Seeking, reaching, helping, teaching.
Harassment, rejection, ridicule.
Dreading, waiting, fearing, hating.
Tested, shaken.
Doubt.
Consuming, frightening.
Searching, pacing, panicking, racing.
Reminders, encouragement, help.
Listening, pleading, exploring, reading.
Satisfied, directed.
Hope.
Patient, contagious.
Loving, freeing, showing, seeing.
Knowledge, revelation, sorrow.
Questioning, thinking, wondering, sinking.
Striking, paralyzing.
Fear.
Haunting, omnipresent.
Convincing, stripping, isolating, gripping.
Promises, covenants, miracles.
Soothing, sharing, calming, caring.
Overcoming, joyful.
Peace.





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KWeiberg321 said...
Dec. 11, 2011 at 2:24 pm
I think this is a unique way of writing. It's really impressive, in all honesty, and I loved how you gathered groups of words instead of inserting detail. Even without the detailed sentences we understood the poem. Overall, it's a really nice poem. (:
 
Loki17 This work has been published in the Teen Ink monthly print magazine. said...
Dec. 9, 2011 at 8:33 pm
Wow.  Very well done in keeping with the form.  I can't say I've ever heard of this type of poem, but it's impressive.  Love how the mood shifts halfway through each stanza.
 
AnimaCordis replied...
Dec. 11, 2011 at 2:21 pm
This was very pretty, I like your use of vocabualry, it created lots of images in my mind. It's a really nice poem.
 
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