Poem: Triolet – “Unknown Legacies.”


Thanks to the Daily Prompt for the word prompt legacy.

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Honestly, my plans are unknown,

I don’t know if I care to know,

Thoughts hidden in your iPhone.

Honestly, my plans are unknown,

You’ve proved your lack of thought shown,

You’re a record playing, over blown.

Honestly, my plans are unknown,

I don’t know if I care to know. 

—-

You’re a piece of glass broken,

Shattered words never uttered,

Crystallized glass, fast spoken.

You’re a piece of glass broken,

Stealing pieces of me, tokens —

Words wrapped in silver, sputtered,

You’re a piece of glass broken,

Shattered words, never uttered.

—–

Breathe of a promise whispered,

Nothing but, shifting legacies.

Disguising yourself, broken you sift.

Breathe of a promise whispered.

Liar, confuser, burnt to crisp.

Man ruined me, such legalities.

Breathe of a promised whispered.

Nothing but shifting, legacies. 

—–

©Mandibelle16.All Rights Reseved. 

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13 thoughts on “Poem: Triolet – “Unknown Legacies.””

  1. Oh, that’s why! A while ago, I thought it was unfinished too. Glad to read the complete poem. It’s beautiful, Mandi. And I love these lines,

    You’re a piece of glass broken,
    Shattered words never uttered,
    Crystallized glass, fast spoken.
    You’re a piece of glass broken,

    🙂 🙂 🙂

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