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Graveyard Poetry

Words drowned in tears is where my pen lingers, I tend to dwell in sad aspects of life; the dead, the lost, mournful pale ghost fingers- Melancholy night thought like a sharp knife; in my broken, fragile spirit, stabbing- I chant a song to keep the ghosts away. Oh why, do they haunt me with hand grabbing! Can they not stay in tombs in their decay? About dark death I tend to write my words! Sometimes, I pen poems of nature sweet, in cemeteries green with trees sing birds, and deep and beautiful graveyard words meet. --------------- October 1, 2016 --------------- Iambic Pentameter For the contest, A Poem in Iambic Pentameter sponsor, Janice Carnedy Rhyming checked on RhymeZone.Com Syllables checked on HowManySyllables.Com

Copyright © Broken Wings | Year Posted 2016

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