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Starved Verses

written by: Beth Tremaglio

@TremaglioBeth

 

Thoughts as

rags

of constant

wearing

hollows

imaginations,

laying shadows
against skies

barren.

Loned by irregular

heartbeats,

maddened by a
changing

rhyme.

I close my eyes
to see

within,

so the poet may
find

a verse,

a single verse
shrouded

of scars,
that poetry may
begin

bleeding through,

and night may find
new

dawns.

 

NOTE FROM THE AUTHOR:

I would like to take a moment to thank those who read this piece.
If you read the poem all the way through, then go back and read only the words separated (singled out), these words tell more of the story, they the words starved for more verse.

Beth Tremaglio

Beth Tremaglio

JULY 2016 AUTHOR OF THE MONTH at Spillwords.com
Finding my way back to myself through writing and climbing.
Musings
Randomness of thoughts
Writing words, letting them live through me
Beth Tremaglio

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