I found this poem in a book. What do you all think of it?
Now enter dark cold days, which is
November. But briefly.
And the Souls that trail behind?
Will shortly; they will discover the sun.
- MissLv 59 months ago
I can't see anymore after "discover the sun" even though it says "show more." I'm intrigued because I want to see that glimmer of hope for the souls that trail behind. They shall tread wearily on paths already marked by others. Sorry, I just love poetry so much. :-) Good job.
- sparrowLv 79 months ago
I guess we just have to take your word for it. I see no reason that they
will discover the sun.
- TinaLv 79 months ago
It doesn't make sense, either grammatically or poetically.
- 7FlightsupLv 69 months ago
The trailing souls won't find the sun when they enter winter, a worse time than November's fall. It's darker with the grim reaper and his scythe serving to sever the last ties between the soul and the body, and to guide the deceased to the afterlife, without having any control over when or how the victim dies.
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- Anonymous9 months ago
You found it in a self-published book written by Milt Lemke Jr. And your screen name is "Milton." What a surprise.
- 9 months ago
i think it viciously