Bows and Arrows by Joel F

Bows and Arrows by Joel F, a poem about revenge and forgiveness, joys of joel poems, poetry, what is revenge, forgiveness
Bows and Arrows —

From the sudden plummet to the sound of the blanket
Covering woes , to hide your lost soul.
From a covered blanket to the sound of the trumpet
Withering foes, letting them crawl.

From the blast of the trumpet to the sound of the bells
Treachery shows, dignity sold.
From the chiming of the bells to the depth of the wells
Shuddering blows, bows and arrows.

From the depth of the wells to the muddy water.
Shooting the crows, bows and arrows.
From the drowning water to the wounded master
Serving the throne with a heart of stone.

From the vengeful master to the darkest dungeon
Offering rose with its hidden thorns.
From the deepest dungeon to the fiery dragon
Ravaging ground, Hatred abound.

From the fiery dragon to the hidden cavern
Sinking holes, tricked by the falls.
From the tricky cavern to the bloody casket
Galloping horse, cursed by remorse.

From the bloody casket to the rhythmic sonnet.
Closing the prose. Eulogy goes.



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Bows and Arrows –
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28 thoughts on “Bows and Arrows by Joel F

  1. I love your style it reminds me of when I was a kid and I read poems like puzzles trying to figure out the meaning, trying to see clearly the picture and loving the journey …I think I shall take this piece through the day and read it slowly the way I used to read poems…The imagery is just awesome I can see the poem in my mind and see the vengeful master and the crawling withering foes and all..thanks for this piece of writing

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