Unannounced and spilt again
It's warmth a discontent
Clasping of the chest
Face now grimaced to
Hushed in quiet breath
Salty broth on cloth
musked in scent
This soup is not my friend
Isolation in the end
(@PoeticTetra - instagram/twitter)
"I have a name and it’s Jaylen Foster
I am two weeks old.
But the size of my big feet
Will foretell my future:
big things to come
I am the third generation of Fosters
What the world need now is love sweet love
It is the new normal, the beginning of a bad ending
Social distancing, mask trending, and facetime,
My new world.. Six feet apart, no options
Only restriction: for them or for me??
The truth for our futuristic endeavors is to
Wear a mask, or stay at home..
I saw the smile, on her face, her laughter is contagious
The joy of being a grandmother, pretty Joy for Paula
Proud moments for my father and mother..
a new beginning for a grandfather: David
Love and happiness for a two weeks old me
And distance kisses for cousin: Annie
Annie said the meaning of my name is Joy
My grandmother's voice says nothing can surprise her.
My grandmothers’ voice, says wisdom,
My grandmother’s laughter is genuine,
When it comes to me.. Jaylen Foster
Keep the pictures coming?
Meant keeping Joy alive
Expelled before I could haunt
I wanted to be within you.
Wanting to wonder your halls,
but I wasn't given time
show you that not every floor board
was creepy, I just wanted to show
that you weren't alone,
what did I have to lose
I was no body..
But you exorcized your right,
had that cloth man come
in your house...
But I showed him
that there is more
than one way to
defrock a cloth...
I locked him in his mind,
for a man of god there were some
dark things in there to
keep him in purgatory
for more than this life time.
I touched your face,
it wasn't cold but warmth,
never to harm but to keep safely
from those who'd do you harm.
A ring spins on the floor, words circular
at speed spelling out in blurred exhaustion.
I love you....
Wrapped in cloths I watched
Shedding everything she stood -
Foolish winter tree.
There once was a girl who was sad
she wear what is black so to hide
when summer is here the dress,
it calls heat that drenches
these cloth in summer will have her mad.
Limerick about summet cloth. 7/20/2019
When we first basked
In the moonlight’s ever
Stating our soliloquies
You gave me a jacket
To warm the coldness of
Now you’re gone
And now I am left
With nothing more than
To represent the love you had for me
Sniffing her **** cloth,
Hanging in the wind..
The moon shows him,
there like flags on
a hill top to capture...
She wakes up in the morning
to find that her Frenches
have gone a miss...
Hearing the sneezes,
from her next door
but one neighbour..
"Watch out what you sniff,
Her ****** never went missing after that day,
but her eyes did water a few
Forgetting that the itching sneezing powder
wasn't in only one..
and she giggled as she gently scratched.
the boy was fatherless
the day was the feast
the boy stood beside the wall
he had more sadness
the poor is the worst
he had not money at all
the torn was his appearance
he could not say a word
or buy any valuable
the prophet saw him in clearance
he approached and asked
" why don't you stand beside the wall?"
"Why don't appear the happiness?"
he said, "oh! sir prophet Muhammad
my father was killed at a case
i have no money to buy a game at all
or buy a new cloth"
the prophet wipe his head
he said," are you accept me to be your father
and my wife be your mother"
the boy smile and his tears were ascended
the prophet took him to the home at speed
he ordered his wife to wash him
and brought him a new cloth and a game
the boy became happy
he thanked the prophet and became gratefully
the prophet was sent to get the happy to all people and the world
Red for the blood dripping from a vein
White for the sheets that cover the dead
Blue for the visible beyond that is the sky
For every drop of red silk that
Glitters in the sun
One is a step closer to freedom
From the blood that ties us
To its fiery core
For every pure cotton cloth that
Shadows over the deceased
One has risen halfway,
Breaking their ties
With the underground deep below
For every new light
Borne from the dreamy blue sky
One has earned their freedom
From their mundane, mortal body
No longer held down by hunger
No longer held by thirst
No longer needing shelter
No longer needing clothing
Freedom from Earth
Comes in shades of
Red, white, and blue
wrote this after some ideas I was pondering over regarding freedom.