Twitter Inspirations: The Man Who Cried

Digging wells in search of wealth he found his slickness in the mire

He lost gems, lost friends, the games biggest insider became a pariah

When prudence beat him down he became his own town crier

Ringing bells in his own head he was eye weary and head shot

Too many legs locked when he should have kept his legs locked

Love was like an expensive watch lost at high tide

The light house was only visible when this man cried

See his inner man died and he sought resurrection

His Easter weekend was a time of inspection

His demeanour, his complexion had morose inflections

Yet his resurrection would be a new collection built to last through time

A new creature built by intelligent design with a new mould to define

All because he was the man that cried

Once again thanks to CandyAcidReign for lending my poetic soul some breath. This time I watched the video and left things to germinate before writing this piece. Much love and respect to your works.



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2 responses to “Twitter Inspirations: The Man Who Cried

  1. Wow, I’m humbled by this offering once again. You took the poem to a place I didn’t expect. Intriguing.

  2. nuttyphilosopher

    Wow wow wow wow…Your poetry is amazing. I don’t know what else to say! I just read a few entries and would love to read the rest. Great talent!

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