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|Megatokyo Forums > Story Discussions > Haiku  DPD: All this sorrow becomes me|
|Posted by: kezra_cor May 1 2002, 02:18 AM|
| Pirogoeth waits,
Beautifull in her sadness,
She sits all alone
|Posted by: Shoka May 1 2002, 02:35 AM|
| An' I will light one candle
To bear behind my eyes,
An' hope to pale the sorrows
That grayly cloud my mind.
The trail will wait forever
That winds amid the heather;
I'll leave my horse at tether,
An' ride another time.
|Posted by: Asymptote May 1 2002, 03:01 AM|
| Dim eyes peer, weary,
How sad is heavy heart, as
Rain clouds roll away.
|Posted by: Dace May 1 2002, 03:09 AM|
| In sorrow she wanders,
Deadly and fey.
A vision to calm our souls,
On a dud piro day.
|Posted by: Falieson May 1 2002, 05:13 AM|
| Music that drifts through your soul
A painting that draws you inside
Falling in love and out of control
Clouds being kissed by sunlight
Poetry that captures your heart
A moment you wished to last
Stars emerging from the dark
Memories returning from the past
The sweet sorrow of love and pain
A time to which you can't return
The place where you can't remain
Where the emotions always burn
Would have made my own but just checking the forums on my way out the door.
Also, yes, perhaps I missed this, Im sort of a new MT fan, , heard about it in the JAR chat room a few weeks ago, what is the thing(tatoo?) on her stomach?
|Posted by: grasshopperKAT May 1 2002, 05:45 AM|
| Surouned by women
my heart waits
It beats alone....
my sorrow I don't hide
I'm sorry little one ......
My heart isn't waiting for you
okay this is PIRO saying this.....
Pirogreth is his aravatar......
And he never seems Happy anymore.......
(maybe I should have made it about kimoko too ?)
Can you guess who the 6th and 7th line are refering to?
|Posted by: Rowan Bristol May 1 2002, 06:04 AM|
| Am I fated so?
To peer, oh, to see your eyes
only in farewell
|Posted by: Goushiken May 1 2002, 08:33 AM|
| Does deception lie
behind those watery eyes
or is this grief true