Below is the poem entitled Forest of Isolationist Desire which was written by poet
Emerald. Please feel free to comment on this poem. However, please remember, PoetrySoup is a place of encouragement and growth.
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Shall my isolationist advice be taken myself?
I believe so if I leave the girl alone
She will fall for the man I am
The surpassing will of the desire
One of which he lacks compared to I
Is given to her only after my acts
Or shall I say after my axe?
For desire is a forest to be lost in
And the trees are those blocking sight
The griffins call is the only true way
Which is the instinct leading us along!
So I chop the barriers of nature
And raise my weapon high
For my isolationist advice
Shall be taken myself