Wednesday, January 11, 2012

Rebel

brutal sonnets awaken
sullen desires, once lost ~
my flesh I will not trust,
again
S.
3WW

26 comments:

  1. not me dear, the narrator of the poem.

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  2. "Brutal sonnets" really intrigues me... very thought-provoking.

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  3. hey laurie, hmmm...I think I'll write a few.

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  4. I hope love wins the day and is trusted once again. There is no finer feeling than being truly free to love.

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  5. Nice Haiku like poem. Cheers.

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  6. Glad to have you back, Shauna :) Missed your saucy words.

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  7. free to love - I like the sound of that Daydreamer.

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  8. i like this very much....thanks for sharing Shauna

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  9. Love requires that we take risks. I hope you will find enough trust in yourself to risk again.

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  10. hey Mary, yep we have to take risks in life - this poem
    is not about me - sometimes a poem is just a poem, not a
    reflection of the poet's life. TY.

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  11. If the heart is flesh..should we trust it or not..I think maybe as 'rebels' we know..Jae ;)

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  12. jaerose, we can trust the heart to be who she is,
    a part of us who will be ruled by her emotions...Xo

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  13. Hi Shauna, love "sullen" desires; sometimes my desires
    are rather sullen.

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  14. Re: Yes, I was almost get crazy myself!! xD I think that I'll drawing the missing pieces!!

    By the way, beautiful words!

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  15. Words so carefully chosen and placed together; this couldn't have been written any better. brutal sonnets awaken...just lovely. x

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  16. hey Cynthia, yep those persistent sullen desires.

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  17. Ty, Spell - lovin' the puzzles.

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  18. oh you said lots with few words..

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