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Beautiful misery drives the words across the page
Even the wordsmith cannot wipe them away
They've been said and he cannot take them back
Saying all he can without losing himself in emotions for good
To fall apart like he once had would be real
Once stricken, a burden only born by the wordsmith is heavy
Comforting because the feeling will never leave him
In his words on the page it's not sadness like it was
Feel it, live in it like he has but do not consider sorrow
Oh pity because his heart beats this way
No, just read it and make a place for it like he has
He has not lost himself but found a piece and shared with you


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The following comments are for "Do not but it's done"
by Adam Fever

poem about poets...
...and all writers, it seems, by extention. This is really good. It's kinda how I feel about some of my writings- once it's done, I'm kinda detatched from it. Awesome poem!!

( Posted by: SWHCgirl [Member] On: June 9, 2002 )

Wow
I'm not a poetry fan but this is damn good. It's an interesting topic with good word choice and a unique rhythm. Sweet peas, great poem.

Richard

( Posted by: Richard Dani [Member] On: June 10, 2002 )

Interesting
Okay I'm not a big fan of poetry either but someone introduced me to this site. And some of this author's poems are heartfelt.

( Posted by: Chanel77 [Member] On: July 15, 2002 )





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