This website uses cookies to ensure you have the best experience. Learn more

Poem: Thoughts Of You Essay

527 words - 3 pages

i've been troubled recently,with thoughts of not having youi've been thinking recently,of thoughts of not seeing youi've been crying recently,of thoughts of loving youmy will has changed with the waning of the moon,as my heart he changed over the waning of my soul... for youi forgive and i obey,never leave me or i diethinking, dreaming, desiringfor you to come back and love me......as i love you...the world will not understand,the potential that i cannot ...view middle of the document...

.....loving you...so i cry for me, and i cry for youbeing apart, killing me slowlybeing near, willing me closerand at the new moon, i seek you anewand at the rising of the sun, i can't stop loving youhell and heaven may be torn apart,but my soul, he'll be waiting patiently......for you...how could i have been so blind,the inevitable was staring me dead in the eyewhy, oh, why was i blind to my heart's eye?the thoughts keep coming through my brain,i try to think clearly, but fail miserably to my disdainoh, how i wish we were together now,how i wish we were never apart......i love you...my heart grieves and my health takes a plunge,but my soul remains to dream of theemy mind wanders and is pulled back with vicious force,how can i have forever theei want thee, and i want thee......forever and never...may i rest free of care,in your arms, my soul to barestripped of feeling, stripped of everythingmy soul will come searchingclinging to thoughts of youi can't trust myself, and i can't trust memy whole being longs for thee......forever stopping never...i care, i care for theei die, i die for theei lie, i lie for theei cry, i cry for theei love, i love for thee... i am yours forever unto the edge of never...... falling bare, only to the pits of forever...

Other Essays On Poem: thoughts of you

Ggggh Essay

3044 words - 13 pages for 'intention' is: • Objective • Thoughts • Fears • Instructions 3. Harry attempts to 'fake injury' because: • He is a talented actor • He is trying to distract Aunt Alice from cutting his hair • He is a hypochondriac • He wants her to feel sorry for him 4. The purpose of this poem is to: • Provide a historical snapshot of Australia • Entertain using an amusing childhood anecdote • Evoke

The Main Idea Of The Poem "Aubade" By Philip Larkin

461 words - 2 pages What actually is death? Is it leaving this world and starting a new beginning or is it just the end of everything. Phillip Larkins poem "Aubade" expresses the thoughts and questions of a person who is scared of dying. He makes the person question their self, but then finally realizes that death is a part of life and the person has to accept it and look at is as a new beginning. So Larkins main idea that he tries to get across to his readers is

Comparing The Methods And Effects Of The Poems 'Tall Nettles" By Edward Thomas And "Two Look At Two" By Robert Frost Concerning The Relationships Between Man And Nature

803 words - 4 pages contrast in this poem. When the doe moves away and the couple are left stunned by their close encounter, 'a buck from round the spruce' appears, and contrary to the doe, he is aggressive 'why don't you show some motion' and defiant - they are in his territory, he is superior, snorting and with 'jerks of head', challenging them to move 'I doubt if you're as living as you look'. The buck does not consider the humans to be a part of his 'world', the

"After Great Pain A Formal Feeling comes" by Emily Dickenson

569 words - 3 pages person, and informs the reader as to the actions and thoughts of the mourners through an omniscient narration. In contrast, most of Dickinson's other death related poems show the reader the perspective of the dead. The vivid imagery in this poem functions to enhance the reader's perception of the poem. The following passage conveys a resplendent physical sense of coldness as someone is frozen to death:"This is the Hour of Lead--/ Remembered, if

Eldorado

541 words - 3 pages destination of the journey, but in the journey itself. The joy comes from playing the game. Edgar Allen Poe incorporates this into the poem through the line in which the shade is advising the knight to "Ride, boldly ride if you seek Eldorado." The journey represents everyday life. You must go through the "sunshine and shadow", or pains of the journey just as the knight did, to be able to find true happiness in the journey and appreciate it

This Is Love

1023 words - 5 pages Charming Behind” was the unusual combination of different font types. For example, the bolded phrases, “I believed you” and “I don’t think you” reflects on her thoughts and feelings. The underlined phrases, “the poison apple” and “not believing in glass slipper redemption” were examples of allusions to other texts. The use of italics, “were so busy believing” and “on your gallant white

Billy Collins, Analysis Of His Poems. Shoveling Snow With Buddha, Victoria's Secret, And I Chop Some Parsley While Listening To Art Blakey's Version Of "Three Blind Mice"

3312 words - 14 pages that he creates a duplicate world for the reader with his poetic language. He uses this imagery to involve the reader in his poem. Collins likes to call this kind of poetry “ travel poetry ” a mental travel from the beginning of the poem to the ending. To be interested in the entire poem, not just one line that sounds good.Billy Collins says in an interview with John Bush “ When you convey the tone, you’re really conveying the

Poems Analysis

2263 words - 10 pages go as planned and they are challenged both mentally and physically.Through the many years, many poets have presented a vast amount of poems that help to shape the concepts of life and offering morals that has seen been used to the modern days. Each poem represents a different theme, background story and each contains a different perspective that can affect a person in different ways, each poem allows a portrait or a portrayal of a person to be

A quick analyis of the play "I'm Nobody who are you" by Langston Hughes

351 words - 2 pages speaker in "Negro" is a proud person. The speaker is proud of the accomplishments of his race. The speaker was able to experience all of the things he speaks of by knowing the history and struggles of his people. He relates these struggles in this poem. Although the poem is serious in nature, it does not feel bitter as you read it. Instead I got the feeling that the speaker is trying to show that his race has survived and will continue to survive in

Dylan Thomas And His Poetry

2252 words - 10 pages , of life and death, and of time as an eternal moment rather than as something with a separate past and future. The basis of this is an oxymoron. (Thomas, Dylan (Marlais), p. 17)The poem, Today, This Insect was written while Thomas was living in Whales, inspired from his Welsh experiences, and his Welsh background. Today, This Insect is about an insect and his loss of ability to write. It says that his thoughts are not producing any sense and this

The Portrayal Of War In Dulce Et Decorum Est & Charge Of The Light Brigade

2372 words - 10 pages creates a mood of apprehension and sets a gloomy feel to the poem. 'Towards our distance rest, began to trudge.' This line is rather intriguing, as, at first analysis it seems as if the unknown characters are slowly journeying towards their destination where they will finally be able to relax, however if you read more into the line then you notice that this 'distant rest' that the author is referring to could actually mean their death beds, where

Similar Papers

The Iliad Is The Poem Of Beautiful Death, While The Odyssey Is The Poem Of Timeworn, Embraceable Life. Do You Agree With This Statement?

1693 words - 7 pages In this paper I intend to argue against the quote "The Iliad is the poem of beautiful death, while the Odyssey is the poem of timeworn, embraceable life". The story of the Iliad essentially revolves around the Trojan War and multiple battle scenes are included, which would suggest that it does paint a beautiful picture of death. The attitude, however, of many of the characters is not one that glorifies death and war but rather one that laments

Poem Of Chronic Despair Essay

810 words - 4 pages Poem of Chronic Despair ?Not Waving but Drowning,? by Stevie Smith, is a poem about chronic despair and underlying pain. Smith uses poetry as a way to express her own feelings and desires. In this poem though, she misleads the reader by using terms such as he, him, and his, inferring that the poem is speaking about someone else. However, I believe that Smith is using this wording as a decoy for her own opinions, thoughts, and ways of thinking

3 Shape Poems With Paragraphs Explaining Them

381 words - 2 pages because of the shape (it took awhile to make). Firstly, to explain the title and shape; when you think of the phrase "X-marks the spot" you commonly associate it with pirates and hidden treasure, so I thought it'd be interesting to create the poem in the shape of an X. To maintain its believable appearance as an X, I kept strict repetition in the poem however changing two subjects in each line; Pirate and Crew.

David Helwig's, "Haunted By Lives Unlived"

725 words - 3 pages David Helwig's, Haunted by lives unlived, utilizies many of the strategies used in assignment writing. Helwig mainly concentrates on anecdotes and how they relate to audience appeal, but he still includes the other strategies for assignment writing.Anecdote's are frequently being used in Helwig's essay. Primarly, he explains his teaching career and his presentation of Robert Frost's poem, The Road Not Taken: "I sometimes presented this poem to