Below is the poem entitled Dream should not Taste this Lonely which was written by poet
Minardi. Please feel free to comment on this poem. However, please remember, PoetrySoup is a place of encouragement and growth.
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Between these green cotton
I start to hop over the chunks of
dark chocolates, hop by hop
I love this dream; creamy and
-A dreamy dream-
Where not very far I can see a
Built with wafers covered by
warm dip of choco
It’s moist outside but what I think
of, could it run dry?
-How our covers always tricky, ask
The thunder is rumbling, an
lollipop twist up there
They swirl up those light blues and
spread the dark,
Trying to suck anything inside
Look at those skies, from then to
these shades of dark?
I wonder who could survive that
wonderful and deadening stark?
-Funny how light can turn to grey-
One biggest thunder calls me,
I’m charmed by its mighty voice
Scared at first, I try to repel
But hey, the more I try the more I
want to go closer
About the danger? I don’t think I
care for more
-Interesting how curiosity fertilize
Is this where I live now?
Or my delusion has taken over my
brain and sanity?
That house is near but million
steps I’ve made
Nobody’s here only my small me
-I believe dream should not taste
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