The Chosen

in a little while

then I shall be no more

with each tender mire

leaves across the floor,

 

leaves out on the parlor

coffee in the frig

a box filled with chocolates

a note telling you how to live

 

the willingness to forgive

 

 

Patience Until Summer

 

we wait for the winter chill to end

falling on the arms of a faithful friend

the willingness to be no end

shadows block the memory

 

each step that I take

can't be retraced

a loving satin laced

perfume amidst decadance

 

the shallow pools resolve

 

 

The Fragrance Of The Timberwolf

 

occupy til I come

a blade of grass is formed

through tyrants rant of yesterday's advance

to help you get along

 

strong is the tongue that sets on fire a world made torn

curse the day you were actually born

the parting sky to a faint lulabye

a reprise to be learned

 

another page is turned

 

 

Sweet Anabele Lee

 

fancy and free

the way is she

my sweet Anabele Lee

her face was slim

 

in place of her offering

you mad a friend

in sweet Anabele Lee

she cherished a rose

 

that was plucked a time before

with quaint laughter to appease

start spreading its disease

through a doorway portal fill with cobblestone

 

she walk alone hopeful

through Lavender hue upon her brow

a sweet delicate shawl

she dances in a ring of fire

 

yet throws of each challenge with a shrug

 

Quaint Tapestry

 

sweet ambiance torn red

thoughts within my head

look at the story now read

your as good as dead

 

filter through a song of granduer

shadows block the vortex

wallow in the midnight mire

seek a gun for hire

 

the twist of the hand makes you understand
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Mario William Vitale

Mario William Vitale is a twentieth century poet. He has developed a style of free verse. Has written over one thousand poems. more…

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