Monday, September 27, 2010

Lady Stardust

So from Valley to the Road I walked away
I did knowing you’d come back someday.
For we’d shared together inky skies
But you ran, Lady, fed me lies;

(A binding I couldn’t tear loose
Beautiful, yet that which I never did choose)
What, you think I’d Forget?
But time, Time isn’t one for Regret.

Stay with me, Lady Stardust.

1 comment:

  1. Wanderer, what would you change in this piece?

    Again, your strength is rhythm. It's not easy to rhyme without sounding like an idiot. You're working pretty well. But I am sure you noticed the rhythm, which gives this a lyrical quality, crumbles in the last line.
    Any reason you use "valley" and "road"?
    I can't decide whether I like this.