Rotations (by guest poet David Wilkins)


This poem is written by a dear friend David. He is presently in High School and has many plans for the future. I hope he realizes his dreams. I know he would love your feedback and comments. This is his first shot at what I hope is a long line of creative expression.

Lots of things are a mystery to me
Like the rotation of the earth and laws of gravity
but one thing I know without needing to see
is that because of you I can be who I need to be
why this life has to be unwilling to believe in this
thing called love simply cuz it can’t be seen
is a mystery to me
just like my life when I walked without your light
but our light remains
and we are desperate to fight through the troubles
and we have nothing to gain
you don’t know why but I hold me to blame
you ask me why and say it’s not the same
you cry foul and life’s not fair
but if there is one thing I learned in the time we shared
its that life’s not fair
it put you with me and let me have the times we share
I truly hope your perfect match
can understand what I could never grasp
you’re a prize not a piece of trash
I was a prince without
worth diamonds made of dirt
eyes like glass
a facade before the class
because I know
without needing to see
you are like the rotation of the earth and the laws of gravity
you’re a complex creature down to the core
but this is something you know
without needing to hear more
so I guess I should come out and say I love you
will you let me stay?

copyright 2010 David Wilkins

Thank you for the Eclipse to Olibac

http://www.flickr.com/photos/olibac/4186446091/

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16 thoughts on “Rotations (by guest poet David Wilkins)

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  1. What better way to express love, than by way of a poem!
    David has done this beautifully… The complexities that unravel in one’s own mind has been expressed so perfectly!!! And lastly, the glint of hope, making you say out the most significant 3 words, and asking if it can be reciprocated – WOW!!!

    I hope David continues to write his lovely poetry… I really hope!!!

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  2. If you write like this at your age David, I cannot wait to see where your poetry will take you. This is fantastic and kept me spellbound from start to end. The words….without needing to see, you are like the rotation of the earth and the laws of gravity…stands out for me!! Thanks so much for sharing with all of us and keep writing my friend. ~ Amanda x

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  3. Hey thank you all for the wonderful and encouroging comments.

    @ Brian
    Thanks for the words of encouragment i was up till 230 the night before i sent it to moondust
    @ slpmartin
    trust me this is the first one (posted) you should see the stuff i wrote in 8th grade ridiculosly horrible
    @ william
    thank you very much anything can be done with enough focus and commitment
    @ Kavita
    thank you very much you would be suprised were alot of it comes from somtimes ill be doing dishes others im working out it all comes at the weirdest times
    i thank you for your encouragement and i am currently working on a poem and im going to see if moondust wants it posted so ya im tryin
    @ buttercup600
    the thing nobody see’s when your a teen is how much of this life you actually soak up and in my next poem im working on its harder than you would imagine because of the things im trying to infuse it with. the most important skill in writing is telling a story and that is what i am trying to do so ya im workin on this next poem

    @ everyone

    Thank you so much for your words of encouragement i wish you all fair winds and following sea’s and i pray your poetry will come to you like the roations of the earth and laws of gravity i wish you all luck

    David Wilkins

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  4. I can’t believe David is so young. His poetry and insight are both very mature and he can only get better. Great stuff David and thanks Moon for giving him this opportunity!

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