by Bronwen Winter Phoenix
Friday, January 30, 2009
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Just a poem expressing some emotions I had to let out.
I need an outlet to pour out my sorrows,
Waiting helplessly in time for tomorrow,
There is pain in which I dwell,
An empty pit of restlessness,
My own solitary hell.
I’d like to wrap these thoughts away,
Perhaps in a fuzzy and colourful shell,
I’d hate to feel like this another day,
I want all my sorrow to melt away,
To find happiness once more in the well.
Deep down I reach to find it,
Yet it never seems to run dry,
When I look now I find only one answer;
It is known that time will tell.
Bronwen Winter Phoenix
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|Reviewed by Cryssa C
|Sounds like a place I have been lately...several of my last few poems reflect that same restlessness.
Welcome to AD! I enjoy your poetry.
|Reviewed by Edwin Hurdle
|I am glad that you let out all of your anger,fustrations and feelings in this poem in terms of trying to find happiness.I enjoy reading your poetry and hopefully I will read more poems from you in the near future,take care
|Reviewed by Mark Chevalier (Reader)
|Welcome! And I enjoyed the depth of emotions in this wonderful poem. So many times we all share a measure of time in our own "personal hell."
Brilliantly executed and well versed!
|Reviewed by Sheila Roy
Welcome to AD! Sometimes I think that artists feel emotions deeper than others do. This sadness you describe seems all-consuming. I like how there's a general attitude toward not wanting to feel this way; a search for that silver lining. I like the way you leave it, too. Yes, time performs miracles. Love and Hugs,
|Reviewed by Georg Mateos
|Welcome to AD Ms.Phoenix (you not living in Tucson, are you?) :-)
"Outlet" has sadness connotations with sparks of hope, thoughts taken to the surface for a solitude that the heart don't want to feel.
Well done Missy!
|Reviewed by Pierre Ortega
|Indeed, there is pain in which we all dwell that is uniquely our own and I can't help believing that someday we will understand that it's all for the betterment of our souls. I can relate to this.
|Reviewed by J'nia Fowler
|Made sense and well penned. Welcome to AD
|Reviewed by Debra Baker
|Thank you Regis for mentioning this Poets name so as I could have my husband read to me her work. First, let me say her work indeed touches the soul and reflects a brilliant talent for writing poetry. I salute you Bronwen Winter Phoenix for a beautiful gift. Soar with that pen in your hand. I look forward to hearing your work again...|
|Reviewed by Janet Caldwell
|Very good poem, vivid. I read your bio and a lot of my older poems are from dreams too. It's the dark stuff. Welcome to AD, You're right at home here.
|Reviewed by Regis Auffray
|Your verses entered my soul and they echo there, Bronwen. I love your poem. I can relate. Thank you for sharing this offering. Welcome to AD. Love and best wishes to you,