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Introducing: Carl Fraser & Poet Destroyer

Oh Paint me a far away horizon
Across a tranquil azure sea,
Where sits a peaceful deserted island
Where no one lives but me
Free from prying eyes and greedy lies
Free from scars that never heal
Let me be free to just be me
Instead of someone who isn't real
To live out my days giving thanks and praise
To my creator in heaven above
And leave behind the noise of worldly toys
And just bask daily in his love
To be stripped of pain by the spirits rain
And washed until my robes are clean
For I've had enough of my fellowman's company
And I'm disgusted by what I've seen
So I will step into my painted horizon
Framed in a forever state of bliss
And I turn back only for a fading glimpse
As I blow the world a farewell kiss.

       Laced by the seas we see, you beg for a life so far
       Far from all I've dreamed of, tranquil and spirit rain
       A once false painted paradise,
       Bliss, a farewell kiss, drowned by old heartache
       Not knowing where it's coming from
       Yesterday, I woke up to a new skyline,
       The horizon, formed by your eyes,
       Across a tranquil azure sea
       Far from all existing companies, you stood
       In front of the ocean - your ocean!
       Sailing on the calm side of the turquoise sea
       Stripping back into the innocence you once were
       A gentleman, caressing the oats in a peaceful state
       The moon breaking your once trusted mind
       The silence of heaven heals every scar inside
       Redemption is a secret we beg for
       It was always you, someone lost, misguided by love
       Somebody, I once dreamt of, A dream lost out at sea
       Calling out for me --- you chose to pray alone
       Repelled by the world so cold, yet here I stand
       Alone, on the other side of the farewell kiss
       For you, I paint a faraway horizon of bliss, my friend
       Waiting -Dreaming -Escaping --- In another lifetime

       ~A Poet Destroyer Collaboration~

Copyright © Poet Destroyer A


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  1. Date: 9/5/2015 9:57:00 AM

    Yes, a farewell to a world of BS. Nicely penned the both of you. Love, daver
  1. Date: 9/5/2015 12:48:00 AM

    Very nice personalities on both sides. :D
  1. Date: 9/4/2015 11:35:00 PM

    Hello Poet Destroyer A. I am new here and you are the first person that I am writing here to. My name is Mi, like American me. I wrote and then I wanted to read some poems and it said to comment. Here I am. I picked you first because of your wickedly cool name. I see one person called you Linda; what shall I call you? And, of course this poem, or poetry was deep. Is collaboration that you wrote this with someone else or that someone inspired you? Ok...enyore arcane; mi
  1. Date: 9/4/2015 10:03:00 PM

    This is my favorite all time, Linda, I am honored to have a poem posted as a collaboration with such a talent as you. I hope and pray w e will have many more opportunities as this . Again I am truly humbled. BLESSINGS always Carl
  1. Date: 9/4/2015 9:04:00 PM

    So beautiful it claims your soul, congratulations to both of you, a stunning piece of poetry, a 7 for me xxx
  1. Date: 9/4/2015 8:20:00 PM

    Both of you have contributed wonderfully. Excellent descriptions putting me there. Good luck in the contest, this will do very well, if I was judging.
  1. Date: 9/4/2015 7:23:00 PM

    Positively, absolutely stunning and beautiful, a WOW ... CayCay
  1. Date: 9/4/2015 7:20:00 PM

    This perfect horizon paints a beautiful line between lost and found. It was amazing to work with this poem. I was inspired the moment I read the poem.. (thank you CARL) LINDA