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Rame Poems

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PMPoem TitlePoetFormFormCategories  
WE'RE NO MORE STRANGERS TO OURSELVES Anderson Walkingshoes Dramatic Verse Dramatic Verse rame, angel,
Premium Member Poem Translation of Eric Mottram's A Faithful Private - 5 Homage to Humphrey Jennings by T Wignesan T Wignesan Free verse Free verse rame, ocean, pollution, sea,
A Cogent Shot Mwalimu LAKHPIN Alexandrine Alexandrine rame, absence, addiction, betrayal, cute
Soort soek soort Herman Dormehl I do not know? I do not know? rame, class,
Premium Member Poem I scattered your ashes today Tony Kirk Free verse Free verse rame, death,

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Rame Poem Example

I scattered your ashes today

I scattered both your ashes today
On a high windy crag at Rame Head.
I slowly unscrewed the containers
And when I looked inside, you were dead

As I opened the lid very slowly
I could see, smell and feel your emotions
I could hear both your voices a whispering
And your spirits meandering in slow motion

I stood there, on that spot, in that moment
Expecting to be overwhelmed
With some kind of heavenly spirit
That might rise from the silvery sand

You both looked younger than I remember
Held each other tightly round the waist
Your shoulders were slightly hunched over
As you made your way to the gate.

There was a lot that I wanted to say
But the words didn’t come that day
But my head was full of emotions
I knew that you’d know what I’d say

There was white bone mixed with silver gravel
Which I threw over a granite rock
Then the wind took the rest of you
And then the ashes ran amok

Knowing soon that I have to go home
And the fact that some ash covered me
Was making me feel as if you’d never be joined
As part of you was stuck onto me

Could I have scattered them better?
Probably


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