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Passing Time Square – Promote Yourself


time square
I learnt from thee, passer-by
To recite yours of Poetry
Those verses I made of them my song,
Poems, like leaves fallen from a tree
The passing of Autumn, dyeing his body–
A girl with a tattoo, paint’ on a dragonfly.
Mid-haiku, and half-quatrain
I am like a cicada had
It sung all day long,
resting on a limb of a tree
May sing it all summer long
That of, passing-by,
Bow your hat

Mid-day or rush-hours
Take the A or the Q-train
Oh! foolish, thou arth
You throw, dimes and dollars,
on the ground at my feet,
while the soul of my guitar
Burns low like cigars
Makes your hearth, beats
In an instant of delights.
I don’t want the spot-lights
I don’t want the limelight
All I need is love
I don’t need all the above
Can’t you see me,
that I am bleeding
Can’t you see me
‘T’s in my insides-within
while my guitar weeping

Can’t you see those, at noon
My tears like diamonds,
In starry nights.
Rise your eyes,
And You can see the moon
Reflecting in its eye
The offing, or a sea,
at sunrise
So, O you Time Passer-by
Whisper my song to the ears of the wind,
It’s like a dream in the gleam
It will rest
on a dream-catchers nest
on a stay
At ease,
on a wintry day
So, will you please
Gimme back my dream,
And take with you yours,
I need my hearth to rest
Take me home
Take me home, it’s enough for me,
Of Broken roads,and tours
Ending of the world, to roam
Take me to the mountain
Take me to the river
I would like to see it,
If the river still, a river
Running through it
If the mountain is still, mountain
The Hoggar, to climb it
The stars in the sky 
The Milky Way 
At my eye,
Is the limit
So, O you passerby 
Passing Time Square
Look what they do to my song
Take it from my tongue
Look to where
At Broadway
They ditch it.

KamalKouba
Passing Time Square, *All Copyrights reserved
Please, be gentile when you use it,
Just call my name, when you sing it

About poetreecreations

I am an author writer publisher web administrator I run poetry workshops in the community. My published Manners childrens poetry book can be found at www.waterstones.com
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