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Poetry & Songs

Discussion in 'Creative Archive' started by Moonlight-Zelda, Jun 27, 2010.

  1. Well ... I'll try posting some of my poetry here again. I don't really write as much of it as regular literature, so take it as you will. Any opinions will be much appreciated, though. The thread will be updated as I write them after I'm caught up on what I've already written, so it is questionable as to how often new ones will be posted.


    Original-Base Poetry

    [Form]

    • Fox Fire
    • A Spring Tale
    • Horse's Love

    • Dividing Lines

    [Freeform]


    Haiku

    • Kitsune Moon
    • Kitsune Moon (Draft II)

    • PKMN: Light
    • PKMN: Mighty Mouse


    Fanpoetry

    • Legend of Zelda: Into the Shadows
    • Legend of Zelda: Warrior of Shadows
    • Legend of Zelda: Shroud to Light

    • Yugioh: Envoy to the Moonlight Maiden




    Songs

    • Sparrow's Call
    • Sapphire Skies
     
  2. Based off of a combination of astrological myths, though the idea randomly appeared. ^_^


    Universe

    Gentle caress of the moonlight, harsh brand of the sunlight.

    By the star's light, plight of the solar system ignites.

    People of the sun, people of the moon.

    War and strife, or peace and light?

    Stand and fight, or leave from sight?

    Stars and planets unite, but for what right?

    To defend the universe, a common enemy born.

    Rest not, or risk the fate of the torn.
     
  3. Ren x Cou

    Elemental Gelade: Katana no Kaze
    ~ Sword of Wind ~


    Gentle winds dance through the air,
    Creating tenderness and care.
    Zephyrs coiling with growing might,
    Gracing the world with both power and light.

    So few desire to truly combine,
    Never looking to your unique shine.
    You are but a mere power sign,
    To those who seek a weapon divine.

    Do others see this emotion?
    The chance of everlasting devotion?
    Or just a gleaming sword?
    Something to rend a painful chord?

    As plain as it may be,
    The blessed blade is wielded free.
    Look past my eyes and you will see,
    A promise to be fulfilled by you and me.

    So few truly know,
    Appreciate your purity of snow.
    Only seeing you as a tool of destruction,
    Causing much strife and interruption.

    Yet one does not have to feel,
    To form a preserved appeal,
    This creating a peaceful seal,
    Still so perfectly real.

    We are different but alike,
    Capable of such an unusual sight.
    For our souls react as one,
    Hearts forming our own shimmering sun.
     
  4. I suppose I'll get my older poems out of the way now ... Well ... This one was my first, XD:

    Missing You

    As I watch the sakura blossoms fall,
    I cannot help but think of it all.

    The evening breeze is slight,
    As if it knows my plight.

    Staring at the moon,
    I think of you.

    Of one so true,
    With eyes so blue,
    Now I'm missing you.
     
  5. gain, this is an older poem (my second):

    How can I?

    Standing in the rain I sigh,
    And ask why?

    Why am I afraid of my affection,
    Do I fear rejection?

    As the days go by,
    My confidence remains nigh.

    Your departure draws near,
    Yet I'm bound by fear.

    My heart says yes,
    But I can only guess.

    How can I speak,
    For who do you seek?
     
  6. A bit more recent than the last two, but still from late 2008 (although I do like this one more :) ):

    Soaring

    Staring up at the sky,
    I watch the doves fly.

    A calming sight,
    Framed by evening light.

    One lands near,
    Beckoning for me to banish fear.

    A ray of hope appears,
    For me to tell the one I hold dear.

    Warmth washes over me,
    Like a flaming sea.

    The dove coos it's song,
    Lifting into flight to where it belongs.

    A white dove,
    Soaring on the wings of love.
     
  7. This is one of my better poems, too. (Even if it is older.) ^_^

    Blue Eyes

    Though cool as ice,
    They bear little strife.

    Two of the palest blue,
    Clear as the morning dew.

    Powerful as fire,
    Blue flames that keep jumping higher.

    Pale blue eyes,
    Reflecting the endless sky.

    They are the key to my heart,
    And right from the start,
    I knew I couldn't part.
     

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