"Golgotha"

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  • Confusion

    "Golgotha"

    ive wandered your taverns

    your dust-trod-

    den

    tomb

    where a voice-vol-

    lied

    silently

    died…

    cast in con-

    fusion,

    (a skull for a womb)

    my laughter

    lurched in-

    ward and

    cried

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    Tempestlady commented on "Golgotha"

    08-06-2009

    Scorpio males can be so deep and brooding. Liked the contrast and comparison, skull for a womb line, the parallel between life and death, laughter and tears. Form needs some work, but good write.

    Poetry is finer and more philosophical than history; for poetry expresses the universal, and history only the particular.

    Aristotle (384 BC-322 BC) Greek philosopher.

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