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The F A L L by Mia Angello - [81 words]
A Place Of Her Own by Dri Cook We all should have a place to hide when the storms come. And there isn't any other place bet... [109 words]
My Sweet by Dri Cook This poem is the apple of my eye. It was my second one and it's very related to Insane Love. Here it g... [243 words]
Beyond The Sky by Kennedy O Obohwemu If you really want to hit it big,don't let the sky be your limit;let it be your beginning! [126 words]
U.S.A. Let's Fall In Love Again! by Dri Cook It talks about my love for the USA and how I see the rejection of American pol... [258 words]
The Only Gods by Brion' O Neil This piece will change daily, watch for it!..... How can The Only Gods keep track of all the pr... [55 words]
You Have So Lived by Elizabeth Burnett Life changes. [202 words]
Wind Song by Hayley Burdett - [13 words]
Why Don't We by Just A Guy - [102 words]
Who Is She ? by Vinod Sasidharan "A must read for those who loves their mother" [170 words]
Whisky And Soda by Hayley Burdett - [105 words]
West Virginia by Hayley Burdett - [24 words]
Untitled Nostalgia by Hayley Burdett - [22 words]
Unreal by Hayley Burdett Another piece inspired by an exhibit at the Hishhorn in D.C. [11 words]
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Two Little Birds by Dri Cook Not always is an easy task to become true people. Having broken wings and feeling lost are jus... [120 words]
Turmoil by Dri Cook Not always we're able to make it alone. Sometimes, we might need a hand to guide us to the end of the t... [97 words]
Title Less by E Rocco Caldwell - [95 words]
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Theology by Martin De Leon - [49 words]
The Stigma Of A Race by E Rocco Caldwell - [79 words]
The Hunting Of The Snark by Nathaniel A Miller My favorite piece of poetry from Lewis Carroll... [192 words]
The Burden Of Sight
Tainted Poppy by Rhiannon Price - [104 words]
Sweet Madness Of Love by Dri Cook He is the Rock, the only adequate foundation. Hope this helps, somehow, the ones who are ... [282 words]
Sunset by Hayley Burdett - [16 words]
Sunday Morning Drive By Shooting by Brotherman - [140 words]
String Of Pearls by Dri Cook You adorn my story with all sorts of dreams... [68 words]
Still She Lies by Erasmus Flynt - [92 words]
Star Light, Star Bright, ItíS Christmas Night by Elizabeth Burnett - [154 words]
Star Gazing On An Electric Night by Hayley Burdett - [99 words]
Spilled Milk by Hayley Burdett This is a poem that came out of a ten minute poetry spill! [67 words]
So Free --- Yet Rules The Destiny! by Duke Sekhon - [49 words]
Silent Nights, Lonely Nights, Just You And I! by Dri Cook Well, I think it deserves...I have to admit it's such a companion... [185 words]
Signs Of Morgantown by Hayley Burdett - [61 words]
Should Of by Brodie Hughes A love poem with an interesting ending. Please Review. [350 words]
Shadowy Depths Of Your Soul by Dri Cook It's psycological in e-v-er-y single way! Could be each one of us. We all have dark... [63 words]
Self Incarceration by Erasmus Flynt - [141 words]
Seclusion by Inchara Its about loneliness. [239 words]
Say I Love You! by Dri Cook When was the last time you said these magical words? A poet friend of mine who is fading away i... [251 words]
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Sad Moon Moth by Brian Ashburn A poem of sorts. [77 words]
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River Life by Buxton A poem that cares... [105 words]
Re-Telling Of Nature's Sad Death by Hayley Burdett - [9 words]
Recipe Of Time by Brion' O Neil It is a fiction piece only to ponder the condition not to compare. [102 words]
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Poem To Joanie by Brotherman - [128 words]
Personification Of Winter by Hayley Burdett - [64 words]
Part Two In The New York, New York Poetry Series. by Hayley Burdett - [27 words]
Part Three In The New York, New York Poetry Series. by Hayley Burdett - [22 words]
Our Love Goes Beyond by Katrina Browne I wrote to my boyfriend..i love you baby. [188 words]
Open To You by Buxton This is kinda an experimental poem, sorry if it's not for you.. [31 words]
No Light At The End by Just A Guy - [68 words]
Night Zombies by Abbie Angel About the street people. [166 words]
New York, New York (Part One) by Hayley Burdett - [24 words]
My Visible Angel by Kennedy O Obohwemu A special piece dedicated to my mother... [127 words]
Musician by Hayley Burdett - [42 words]
Madrugada by Erasmus Flynt - [73 words]
Lunch by Sunny Lunch break. [45 words]
Love Is More by Katrina Browne - [109 words]
Lies Within An Honest Creature by Lucy Midnight - [72 words]
Lead In Walls by E Rocco Caldwell - [72 words]
Lady America by E Rocco Caldwell - [146 words]
Just A Little Dream by Just A Guy - [139 words]
Just A Kiss by Skyler Drevan A poem written while vacationing in North Carolina in late July. [177 words]
It's Alright, You Say... by Dri Cook Love is blind, but people shouldn't be. [107 words]
Isn't There A Better Way by Just A Guy - [108 words]
Insulted by Randy Johnson - [79 words]
Insane Love by Dri Cook Relationships can be like that at times. Some time ago, late at night, playing with few words...thi... [93 words]
In Praise by Dri Cook Spiritual. [111 words]
I'm Welcomed by Skyler Drevan A feeling of bliss under the night sky. [67 words]
I'm Sorry by Brodie Hughes - [100 words]
I Wonder Which by Just A Guy - [109 words]
I Love... by Lucy Midnight - [67 words]
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Hell by E Rocco Caldwell - [181 words]
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Hallway by Hayley Burdett - [15 words]
Good Morning by Hayley Burdett - [91 words]
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Forever Lost by Abbie Angel Poetry of the street people. [67 words]
Fear In The Darkness by Rhiannon Price - [91 words]
Falling Tears by Dri Cook I'm back...it's a reflection of the period I was away. [86 words]
Every ... by Hayley Burdett - [113 words]
Enkindle The Fire by Kennedy O Obohwemu It's not enough to have a dream...live it up! [117 words]
End Of A Long Day by Just A Guy - [147 words]
Droit Du Seigneur by E Rocco Caldwell - [98 words]
Daddy by Elizabeth Burnett - [211 words]
Cycle Of Street Life by Abbie Angel Life on the streets if you are not careful. [111 words]
Cool Moonlight Outside My Hospital Door by E Rocco Caldwell Ponder life as death lingers [86 words]
Cluttered Mind by Inchara Its about confused mind filled with various thoughts and ideas. [148 words]
Cloud Watching From A Romantic's Point Of View by Hayley Burdett - [93 words]
Can't Find The Way by Just A Guy - [81 words]
Beach's Memories by Hayley Burdett - [27 words]
Assorted Emotions by Inchara Its about various human emotions. [67 words]
Addict by Lucy Midnight - [62 words]
A Passing Moment by Just A Guy - [63 words]
A Fair Brown Maiden by E Rocco Caldwell - [155 words]
A City Pineapple by E Rocco Caldwell - [117 words]
10 Wishes by Lucy Midnight - [123 words]

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TITLE (EDIT)
The Burden Of Sight
DESCRIPTION
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[161 words]
AUTHOR
Rhiannon Price
ABOUT THE AUTHOR
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[July 2004]
AUTHOR'S E-MAIL ADDRESS
[email protected]
AUTHOR'S OTHER TITLES (4)
Deceptive (Poetry) - [133 words]
Fear In The Darkness (Poetry) - [91 words]
Living On The Outside (Poetry) - [111 words]
Tainted Poppy (Poetry) - [104 words]
The Burden Of Sight
Rhiannon Price

I hear them all around me taunting me ready to pounce at any time
A noise, my gun lifts higher, the sweat cold, yet refreshing running down my face

Turning here turning there. I know they're there. I sense them
Iím vulnerable; weak my legs feel that they could cave in at any moment
I turn to find a long tube pointing at my head my eyes glazed with fear

Even if I wanted to attempt to run, I donít think I could have, my legs would not move Iím paralysed with fear
I lift my eyes to his, his filled with hatred, mine with despair.

A click, my last vision; of abhorrence and destruction.
Abhorrence and destruction at every turn.
I to the ground, dead bodies covering me, smothering me

I watched the dark, scarlet blood trickle from me like water from a tap.
Closing my eyes I knew they would never open again,
Hatred and desolation no longer in my sights, just my thoughts but only for a few moments more.

 

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"this poem is very good! Your style is wonderful...I like have you use each word without waste...it is the key to good poetry!" -- e. rocco caldwell.
"Very interesting... The darkness and imagery is overwhelming. Keep it up." -- ryan severud.
"Probably the best title out of all 3 poems because unlike the commonly held opinion of sight being a gift you've perceived it as a burden, its very intriguing." -- Camilla.J.Way.

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© 2004 Rhiannon Price
STORYMANIA PUBLICATION DATE
July 2004
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