Tuesday, November 12, 2013

Voiced // POEM: An Eternal Tender End by Thomas Rivet (collaboration with Shir S.)

An Eternal Tender End
Young boy wanderer,
Elder father, a story-teller;
tales of a utopia -
a sorrowful
one, sorry.
Young boy banished
by his neighbour, an enemy.
An eternal tender End?
It has never been, so.
A merry End - O I wish.
Wanderer, you aren’t lost;
write, draw, worldly chap -
a decent scribe, too,
a stack of feathers, two
ink pots, so, 
our ancestors’ mystery.


Poem based on the suggested words below:

  • Wanderer
  • Utopia
  • Sorrow
  • Banishment
  • Enemy
  • Tender
  • Eternal
  • Merry
  • Mysterious
A big thank you to Shir S. for the suggestions!

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