Discover (From Book Untitled)

Poem By Aram Stefanian

I happened to discover
A new brillant color
Washed by the flickering light
I reached a precipitous height
Too scared to look down on the ground
I could clearly hear my heart pound
I invented a new rasping sound
Travelling faster than light
Echoing and provoking a fight
Bringing the hypocrites around
I devised a new kind of affection
Platonic, unselfish and eternal
Profound, sincere and reciprocal
I just wasn't issued a license
But was compelled to demolish
Everything I considered so valuable

Comments about Discover (From Book Untitled)

Read my comments on your 'Wrong Station' please...your poetic licence has long ago expired...

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