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Jan 28th, 2013 11:43 PM
chmath
Re: Poetry & Literature Thread

Quote:
Originally Posted by Fantasy Hero View Post
Wintry haze over lonely streets,
almost a mist doesn't erase it all,
reeling in its grey embrace,
it confuses the outlines and burdens
cold and still, as if it was never to leave.

And for the first time I feel you far, away
and the cold of the mist is the cold between us
Your memory isn't enough to warm my soul anymore
and in this foggy wintry night I am cycling, alone.

-----


Nights I could hear
the sea whispering your name
and nighty breeze smoothly caressing me,
like you would, like you did.

And once more I realize
how much I love you.

---


written in two very different moments I guess you can see it
Black & White, Morning and Night! Great prose though man...
Jan 28th, 2013 10:23 PM
Coco Hero
Re: Poetry & Literature Thread

Wintry haze over lonely streets,
almost a mist doesn't erase it all,
reeling in its grey embrace,
it confuses the outlines and burdens
cold and still, as if it was never to leave.

And for the first time I feel you far, away
and the cold of the mist is the cold between us
Your memory isn't enough to warm my soul anymore
and in this foggy wintry night I am cycling, alone.

-----


Nights I could hear
the sea whispering your name
and nighty breeze smoothly caressing me,
like you would, like you did.

And once more I realize
how much I love you.

---


written in two very different moments I guess you can see it
Jul 2nd, 2012 09:42 PM
Coco Hero
Re: Poetry & Literature Thread

time for a bump
here's something i wrote in the past months:

I know I shouldn’t,
I shouldn’t but I do
Deceive myself and see
Myself being with you.

I shouldn’t love someone
Who’s wrong to be loved,
Someone who’s never
Loving me back as I do.

I should shout my dreams
And face reality.
And it feels like drowning
In a calm ocean,
As loving you in dreams
Hurts less than
Admitting you’ll never.
Apr 27th, 2012 04:50 PM
chmath
Re: Poetry & Literature Thread

Brilliant. Thx for sharing Gaspa! Hope you're doing well my friend.
Apr 27th, 2012 10:25 AM
Coco Hero
Re: Poetry & Literature Thread

We live in this world
thinking as we were kings,
as we can rule over things,
Gods who had the globe whirled.

And we are nothing
but lonely souls lost in nowhere,
with dreams to big to bear
and battles we just can't win

All our deamons are still there
and all the pain we can't make fade.
Apr 18th, 2012 02:34 PM
chmath
Re: Poetry & Literature Thread

OMG Epic Fail.... Sorry everyone!
Apr 18th, 2012 01:29 PM
Suckmila.
Re: Poetry & Literature Thread

You wanna fly around the world,
In a beautiful balloon

oh my jesus

karla i guess the rabbit's tail is a scaramantic thing
Apr 18th, 2012 11:31 AM
Coco Hero
Re: Poetry & Literature Thread

Apr 18th, 2012 11:15 AM
peanuts
Re: Poetry & Literature Thread

Let's post the full lyrics so people can sing along.

LIFE

Chorus:
Life, oh life, oh life, oh life,
doo, doot doot dooo.
Life, oh life, oh life, oh life,
doo, doot dooo

I'm afraid of the dark,
'specially when I'm in a park

And there's no-one else around,

Ooh, I get the shivers
I don't want to see a ghost,
It's a sight that I fear most
I'd rather have a piece of toast
And watch the evening news

(Repeat Chorus)

I'm a superstitious girl,
I'm the worst in the world
Never walk under ladders,
I keep a rabbit's tail

I'll take you up on a dare,
Anytime, anywhere
Name the place, I'll be there,
Bungee jumping, I don't care!
(Repeat Chorus)

life, doo, doot dooo
doo, doot dooo

So after all is said and done
I know I'm not the only one
Life indeed can be fun, if you really want to

Sometimes living out your dreams,
Ain't as easy as it seems
You wanna fly around the world,
In a beautiful balloon

(Repeat Chorus)

Highlighted the most random shit. What does "I keep a rabbit's tail" mean?
Apr 18th, 2012 10:43 AM
Suckmila.
Re: Poetry & Literature Thread

Quote:
Originally Posted by chmath View Post
^ Still, thx for posting Fran! LOL Is it a Cure song, because somewhere deep in the brain, something rings a bell?


Apr 18th, 2012 10:40 AM
chmath
Re: Poetry & Literature Thread

^ Still, thx for posting Fran! LOL Is it a Cure song, because somewhere deep in the brain, something rings a bell?
Apr 18th, 2012 10:35 AM
Suckmila.
Re: Poetry & Literature Thread

Quote:
Originally Posted by peanuts View Post
^So fitting.
or prefer watch evening news?

Apr 18th, 2012 10:32 AM
Suckmila.
Re: Poetry & Literature Thread

Quote:
Originally Posted by chmath View Post
You've just invented a new writing style for English poetry Fran It's....erm..... not symmetric, not assymetric, it's definitely not Haiku, it's just.... unique! I am particularly interested in what you mean by the use of the word 'toast'.
sorry to disappoint you but i didn't write it
what is worse is that those are the lyrics of a song who was a real big hit in '90
Apr 18th, 2012 10:29 AM
chmath
Re: Poetry & Literature Thread

Quote:
Originally Posted by FORZA SUCKETTA View Post
this is my fave poem

I'm afraid of the dark
'specially when I'm in a park
And there no one else around,
Oh I get the shivers.
I don't want to see a ghost,
It's the sign that I fear most
I'd rather have a piece of toast and
Watch the evening news.


nobody can come closer to this masterpiece
You've just invented a new writing style for English poetry Fran It's....erm..... not symmetric, not assymetric, it's definitely not Haiku, it's just.... unique! I am particularly interested in what you mean by the use of the word 'toast'.
Apr 18th, 2012 10:20 AM
peanuts
Re: Poetry & Literature Thread

^So fitting.
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