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Rotted Fruit
by Edward Lupinacci
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this is an old style that I am trying to break away from so I am posting it as a reminder to not write like this
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Ringlets of worn flesh burn
from shackles born of obstruction
chains play lonely chimes
as metal and rock clash
in bitter battle
 
Eulogies
It is the light captured
restrained from existence
exiled from the radiance
it once knew

Shredded now is the fabric
of freedom
to shout
even to whisper
what so wants to be heard

Dare it breech the unspoken
the forbidden sin
of truth

The wax melts
the wick shortens
but the flame is eternal
as it transmutes
stagnate energy
into the heat
of deprived
expression

It wanders
followed on tracks of destiny
purpose is clouded in the mists of
understanding
yet it beckons for release
before the executioner sharpens
his last blade

Let this be the epitaph
When the breath of life
blows out the last flicker
before it is light once more
free to express what is within
and will always be"
 
    

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Reviewed by Elizabeth Taylor (Reader)
What were you sniffin' boy?
ROFL

Only you could make this readable.

Elizabeth
Reviewed by Trish - The Trickster
Old maybe, but very moving according to the reviews below, so why not just add to the collection with new styles and keep this one that works so well. I am in agreement with those below...wonderful.

I also just read your bio and found it very interesting as well. Love the attitude. Anyway, nice to be reading you. Trish
Reviewed by Linda Hill
This may be an old style but I like it!!!
Excellent poem, Walter!

~Linda
Reviewed by ~Indigo~ Elga
Dear Walter,

"Dare it breech the unspoken
the forbidden sin
of truth"

Dare it? This is a superb write. As for this being a reminder not to write like this, has the change already occured "within" is it in the process? or are you hoping? I only say that, because I believe very often, we write "in the moment" of our emotions :) Thank you for sharing this superb poem.

warm hugs
Elga
Reviewed by Poetess of The Soul Sheila G
YikKkkkes, Don't YOU dare- *( Unless you find good reason, that Supersedes my thinking) change your style! This is a Powerful and Feltful and DEEP writing- Makes you put your thinkin' cap on... and Keep it on! I loved it- really---- This part-(purpose is clouded in the mists of
understanding
yet it beckons for release
before the executioner sharpens
his last blade)
The whole poem grabs ya'- Thank you 4 getting it out- Lady,Sheee
Reviewed by Letitia Blount
Great poem and style thanks for sharing.
Letitia
Reviewed by Sandra Mushi
Excellent write, Walter! Love the style too.

God bless,

Sandie.
Reviewed by Ronald Hull
Fruit for thought. You're right.

Ron
Reviewed by Tinka Boukes
Np matter the style...this remains a bloody good poem!!

Love Tinka
Reviewed by - - - - - TRASK
Shreded Is Fabric Of Freedom(Freedom Of Speech) Within...

TRASK
Reviewed by Regis Auffray
I don't know why you'd want to abandon this style, Walter. It seems just fine to me. Thank you for sharing this offering. Love and peace to you. Regis
Reviewed by Sue Hess
i feel the same as eileen, why abandon such great style..experiment sure but this is great form
Reviewed by E T Waldron
Why would you want to give it up, Walter?
This is vivid imagery and tells a potent story!

Blessings to you,
Eileen
Reviewed by Antoinette Kopperfield
I feel a sense of despair along with a powerful release of emotions. Not so sure you should give up this style. It is thought provoking with much imagery.
Antoinette
Reviewed by Andre Bendavi ben-YEHU
"Let this be the epitaph
When the breath of life
blows out the last flicker
before it is light once more
free to express what is within
and will always be" < < < < < < < < < <

When the editing is completed, this poem will be
a top on the list poetic grand.

The last stanza is a golden one.


Andre Emmanuel Bendavi ben-YEHU
Reviewed by Jerry Bolton (Reader)
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