Graphite In language cast These vulturine desires Unlocked beneath the poet’s pen Cyclic apocalypses rending hope A catabolic heart consuming Of itself in absence As needy as Graphite AdvertisementShare this:TwitterLike this:Like Loading... Related
16 thoughts on “Graphite”
Very effective! Evocative vocabulary and an Interesting form: 2,4, 6, 8,10, 10,(8) 6, 4, 2 syllables. I’ll have to try it some time!
Thank you! You should I really enjoy this form =)
cool form…and some loose alliteration in there gives it nice movement as well…we have to watch what our pens loose surely…ha…
Thanks Brian lol No telling what my pen is up to but it can’t be any good 😛
I like the arrangement of this poem (cool form)….and I will be on the lookout for what is unlocked beneath poets’ pens in the blogosphere today!
hehe thanks Mary =)
We both wrote about graphite.
And I repeat what shawn bird said, “evocative vocabulary and an interesting form.”
Thank you so much =) I didn’t know you have other sites! Btw my name is not Amber I do not know what is the deal with my Google account
You’ve updated my vocab..Nice one!
hehe thanks =)
You have such passion and strength in your writing. I really like this one.
Thank you so much Ray =)
Lovely composition heart graphite catabolic!
Awww thank you Leovi =)