BATTLEFIELD

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BATTLEFIELD

Conqueror of Stone

Blade sharpened

as Fear Shimmers down Spine

Teeth Clinched

Eyes Drawn

Blood Lust Barbaric

Howling Wolves Scream

Twisted Sounds of Lost Spirit

Mud meets Bone.

Blood meets Stone.

Mortality is Imminent

Your Fall draws Near

Slain Conquerors

Wicked Reaper just Above

Sickle in Hand

Calling your Name once Again.

Triumphant We shall not Know

A Whistle of Wind through Your Helmet

Cooling Dampness Be.

Focus Young Warrior

Focus

This is Your Battlefield

Trust in Thee.

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Shelby commented on BATTLEFIELD

07-22-2009

Brilliantly written! I really like the format. it's... unusual but interesting. But nontheless, I love this poem.

jademelissa74 commented on BATTLEFIELD

06-10-2009

I love the intense content of all of your pieces. You manage to arrange mystical phrases into a hell of a poem. You are a true artist! Very creative indeed! A "must-read" for me! Good job darling!

HandsofCrimson

07/22/2009

thank you Jade, I am really looking forward to reading more of your stuff. So mysterious you are... intrigue me.

Tray4 commented on BATTLEFIELD

06-10-2009

Is this your battle field ????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????

HandsofCrimson

07/22/2009

yes Tray yes.

AbysmalGoddess commented on BATTLEFIELD

06-08-2009

Different... I love the way you experiment with different writing styles. You definitely get the point across and the expression in this priceless. I didn't think I'd go for it, but I love it!

HandsofCrimson

07/22/2009

thank you , you are very sweet.

wordCollective commented on BATTLEFIELD

06-08-2009

Different from the rest of the SHIT on here. Very visual very cool! =) Maybe you should make this into a painting also??....

HandsofCrimson

06/10/2009

great idea.

Poetry is not an expression of the party line. It's that time of night, lying in bed, thinking what you really think, making the private world public, that's what the poet does.

Allen Ginsberg (1926-1997) U.S. poet.

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