Daffodil thoughts on a silent poet

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I always admired him

His words captured my attention

Sometimes I didn’t understand them

But the passion in those words

Told me more than he knew.

The excitement he had

The fire in his eyes when he shared his dreams

It brought me inspiration

His pen is silent now

And a fear creeps into me

He wrote to free  his mind

And at times to regain sanity

I wonder now how he keeps his mind

from shattering

His passion and abstract daydreams

A writer only puts down his pen

When they have given up on living.



6 responses to “Daffodil thoughts on a silent poet

  1. Pingback: April 1 – Daffodil Abstract « Le Art Studio

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