Selection of Poems By Unknown

I met a great poet, who has written poems about every and any subject you can think of, a real literary wizard! He likes to keep himself unknown in name, and titles them all as Unknown. I gave him three subjects to write about, he told me he would write a poem at that moment based on those subjects, and that is the last one in this selection “Dual Flame”. This really inspired me to write more, bout anything and everything that comes to mind, the more you write… the easier it gets to flow.

Salvador Dalí Couple aux têtes pleines de nuages 1936

Salvador Dalí Couple aux têtes pleines de nuages 1936

Here are a selection of poems, written by Unknown

Sorrow
I walked a mile with pleasure she chatted all the way
but left me none the wiser for all she had to say
then I walked a mile with sorrow and not a word said she
but oh the things I learned from her when sorrow walked with me

 

 

 

*Life’s Clock

The clock of life is wound but once
and no man has the power
to tell just when those hands will stop at late or early hour
to loose ones wealth is such a loss to lose ones health is more
but to lose ones soul is such a loss that no man can restore
the present only is our own
live love toil with a will
place no faith in the morrow
for that clock may then be still

Dual Flame
Every day we live our lives, in such diversity
Praying that we find someone whose love will set us free
A time of faith we must behold
A time of joy and peace, a wonderous time we all do need, when choosing our own path/
The need to love is an addiction, we are inately born within
A feeling of contentment , a sign to one and all
We look both long , and wide yet deep
In our journey to succeed
But first we must rekindle the love we know is real
The love we have within ourselves the one that we can feel
Addicted to a special one, that only we will know
A feeling of compassion that together we will show
And in the end, when all is done, as teh setting of the sun
We’ll bask in fame together as we burn the dual flame

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