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This piece is just a reminder of peace, quiet, being relaxed. People often read it when they experience a headache, heartache, pain or just wanting a quiet place in mind. Before you read the poem, imagine your self on a beach with a willow of trees of pine, two candles, the wind is blowing slightly and your eyes are closed.

A Quiet Place

Whispering winds that echo's in my mind
Stalking sea breezes
Trees, tall trees
towering above me
Manipulating my soul to be still
very still
In a Quiet place

I light two candles, one at a time
Standing between them both
hoping to find
A quiet place
Where I can indulge into complete style

shhhhhhhhhhhhhhh!!!!!

A Quiet place, where there is no laughter
No pain, no smoke, no hard rain
A quiet place, I'll sustain
A quiet place, I'll proclaim
A quiet place, just for me
A quiet place for eternity!
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2 Visitor Comments

Nature's Poet
This is a wonderful poem. It is well written and uses a broad vocabulary without sending the reader running for the dictionary. Though most of it does not rhymn, it broken up into sections, making this poem easier to read. What does rhymn fits in well with the rest, not seeming out of place, yet standing out to give it a strong finish. It relays the feeling of peace and solitude with a hint of mystery, relaxing the reader. Well done!
Carlos
Love this poem.

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