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Who reigns over Posieden

January 1, 2013
By rockyyyyyyyyy SILVER, Lawrenceville, Georgia
rockyyyyyyyyy SILVER, Lawrenceville, Georgia
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Favorite Quote:
dont let people drive u crazy if you know its in walking distance

Below Poseidon's mighty waves,
Where seraphs dwelt for a century,
The burgeoning stench of the sick and slain
thrive in beautiful infamy.
Before the divine diference of night and day-
When earth was but a reverie
and the exulting mystic moon
bore the tumult of the sea-

A whisper roamed the sacred sphere,
resounding over her lush vegetation
and grasped the lost and forgotten leer
embroidered with burgeoning hatred.
Then,when still and silence befell the earth,
A roaring siren rang out with glee,
for it was the beginning of creation
when the moon cursed the silent sea.

The author's comments:
this the final of a two series poem(s). They both question the true authority of a gods power putting in perspective that there will always be a higher power for any higher power(god) that exists.

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on May. 31 2013 at 1:31 pm
poeticlove143 GOLD, St. Martinville, Louisiana
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Favorite Quote:
" The Lord is my Shepherd there is nothing I shall want" Psalm 23:1

Aye funny thing I just finish reading the Odyssey and I seen that the name Poseiden had popped out at me. This is really deep and to me I think that everyone has a dark and mysterious side which is poetry through your own purpose. This is an excellent piece but I think that you went a lil bit too deep but overall I liked it.  

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on May. 15 2013 at 7:54 pm
Mckay ELITE, Somewhere, Virginia
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Favorite Quote:
"The people who are crazy enough to think they can change the world are the ones who do."
—Apple’s “Think Different” commercial, 1997
“Crazy people are considered mad by the rest of the society only because their intelligence isn't understood.”
― Weihui Zhou

I'm with Grace. These poems are deep. Dude, you're like Edgar Allen Freakin Poe. I see his elements in your poetry. This is awesome. Imagery, metaphors, and personification. No way you're a teen. Or are you...? -_- 

on Mar. 29 2013 at 8:33 pm
Fallen_ PLATINUM, Quakertown, Pennsylvania
25 articles 3 photos 433 comments

Favorite Quote:
" a shattered world is only an opening into a new beginning with laughs, smiles, and love all around enter the world of the light and away from the broken darkness"

Are you really a teen because n your poems you sound full of wisdom and amazment to the world yet again i love your style flow and above al the indephtness in all your things