TWO POEMS: To the heartless, To the Brave

Posted: September 24, 2013 in Poetry
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To the Heartless,

Your action that soon dries off
The coward mind concept thereof
The filthy oration you gave
Never grew hope even at your grave

Let the sword fly so high
In the justice cottage it would still lie
Blow the flute of war to the air
He house his head in the pillow for fear.

To the Brave,

Seeking courage bite and be dogged
Blood drops, but death only once naked
The lips that’s sweet still with truth
Their tongue of sagacity fond grows
Mending mendacious-covered to show
They pass on, but ever remain ripe their fruit.

Written for Meeting The bar @dversepoets join us there!

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Comments
  1. You have such a strong and distinct voice in your work that I’m coming to recognize after reading a few of your poems. In this one, I especially like your use of the second person, how you address each stanza to your audience. Thanks for linking up.

  2. Marya says:

    Strong word juxtapositions, Adam, love the emotion.

  3. howanxious says:

    True to the face interpretations. I liked the alliteration in your verses. Also, the imagery is impressive.

  4. Mary says:

    I love the language of this poem, Adam. To me this poem has a classic ring to it. The very last line is my favorite!!

  5. adamsmurphy says:

    Really to the face. You know the heartless, arg!

  6. brian miller says:

    intriguing verse adam….def the second in particular…i like the force in your voice it def conveys the grit and your point….
    and some def fun near sound words as well….

  7. nico says:

    “Lips sweet with truth” is a nice line–well done! I also like the rhyming in the first part.

  8. shanyns says:

    This is awesome! It has a Churchill sort of command tone that I really adore! Well done!

  9. The second one is very good… yes indeed.

  10. These are very juicy and meaty – lots to get my reading teeth into!

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