Cosmogyral

United States

and i am tired,
so very tired.

an ode to the stars i stole from the sky

November 23, 2020

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THIS IS A COLLECTION OF SHORT POEMS UNDER A SINGLE TITLE



LIII. you've no eyes nor ears,
yet you watch,
and you learn.



What did you think when you read that? What did you feel? Even if it was the most unintelligible scene or incomprehensible nonsense, tell me, please. I'd like to know?
A concept: 
poet: "you've no eyes nor ears,
yet you watch,
and you learn."

recipient: "say it. put loud."

poet: "creepy. you're creepy."

srry, i had to. you'll find satisfaction in the knowledge that i'm dying rn, lmao.

i was gonna add"...creepy" as a last line to the poem, but then i thought of when i had to find that twilight book in the library for a classmate and i was like 'oh no, this is too good of an opportunity' 
you didn't need to know that, but you do now.

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2 Comments
  • Rachaelgrace (hiatus) :)

    Wow, this is such an interesting observation about the stars! I love it. It's so cool to think of each star watching us.


    3 months ago
  • SunV

    Okay; I cannot believe you've actually kept up with this compilation of poems! I'd have given up after two XD. I love your dedication!

    And regarding this one poem: At first I thought of Helen Keller. Like, she was blind, deaf and dum, yet she learnt, and learnt and learnt and learnt.

    Now, I must go and catch up on the other poems.


    3 months ago