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No Hell
06-10-2010, 05:58 PM
Post: #1
No Hell
No Hell
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If you ever find forever
Don't forget to say goodbye
To all the ones that live without you
And to that one who makes you sigh.

If you don't believe in never
Look for joy out in the end.
Let the cruel breeze blow your mind,
Then feel the cold wind 'round the bend.

If you never see it coming:
They'll place a stone up by your head...
This world is full of lies,
So scream out for the skies
To show their truth to you instead.

No hell...
No hell...
No hell...
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03-16-2011, 05:23 AM (This post was last modified: 03-16-2011 08:28 PM by S-word.)
Post: #2
RE: No Hell
I have found forever
I will never say goodbye
To the ones I love and cherish
For I will never die

I don't believe in "Never"
In my life that has no end
Upon the breeze among the trees
My songs of love I send

I sing of peace that's coming
And read-- the tomb stone o're my head
With a tear---for the womb that formed "ME"
Beneath that tomb stone, lying dead.

If there is a hell , it's not for me
No second death will this one see
No hell, no hell, no hell, there be
For those--- who inherit eternity........By S-word.
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03-19-2011, 01:44 AM
Post: #3
RE: No Hell
That's an interesting take on this poem S-word. As you know, it is bad policy to give explanations of what your poems mean; it is best left to the discretion of the reader.

Thanks, for this is a very "interesting take." Wink
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03-21-2011, 05:26 AM (This post was last modified: 03-21-2011 05:30 AM by S-word.)
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RE: No Hell
(03-19-2011 01:44 AM)IMtM Wrote:  That's an interesting take on this poem S-word. As you know, it is bad policy to give explanations of what your poems mean; it is best left to the discretion of the reader.

Thanks, for this is a very "interesting take." Wink

My exact sentiments which can be seen in a much earlier post in response to, Manahel.Fatima who wrote: "Nice poetry written. well is there any one who can write some explanation of this poetry too."


[S-word's Response]....Why should poems have but one taste? Let them be to each person, as some heavenly food that titilates the spiritual taste buds of all who come for spiritual sustainess. Let the words transform themselves according to the choice of the reader. Why should the author give to his creation one meaning?

But rather, let the food minister to the desire of the eater.

These words are from who?
From me? Or from He in me?
Who is in you too.

A haiku, 5 sylables on the first line, seven on the second, and five on the third, try one, they dont have to rhyme.


My poem was in no way, a revelation of what you had said in your peom, as all who read it, will plainly see.
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