Throne Of Gold

I may never be a
Dickens, Lawrence, Keats, or Brodsky
I may never be a
Ginsberg, Kerouac or Hemingway

I may never be
Fat, rich and noticeable
To everyone of the
World

But as I drink myself
To sleep to the words of giants
I say cheers and wait

by Jacob Rembrandt

Comments (3)

Jacob, you've expressed a sentiment that many a writer fears to openly express. Keep showing that boldness and you'll capture our hearts. great write.
This is a masterpiece! Keep up the good work!
I would much rather read your poetry than any of the ones in the list of your poem! To that I say Cheers and pass the wine. A ten.