Regrets – Echo Verse Poem

by Georgia

through a tree

Ah – these endless streams across the sky
– I
See these wretched contrails weaving between a tree
– Free
Coming – going they’re never still
– Will
I find the peace with-in me to remain …


– Restrain
An ancient wanderlust that fills my soul.
– Control
These insistent visions of a new far off shore
– Ignore
The constant whispered insinuation that enthralls
– Calls
Echoing – echoing across my mind
– Intertwined
With visions of migrant birds and jet planes
– Banes
With contrails in the last light of red sunsets
– Regrets

© G.s.k. ‘15

Echo Verse:  An Echo Verse is when the last word or syllable in a line is repeated or echoed underneath to form a rhyming line, normally the last echo line becomes the title to the poem.

OctPoWriMo Day 23

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