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Sprouting Soul March 31, 2007

Posted by Jason Keath in Creative Writing, Life, Poem, Poetry, Writing.

I walked dwindleday
Through murk and rain
There the man,
I’d searched in vain

He soon sankdeep
In fields of germ
For we would quickly
Come to term

My knees groundfell,
Brow soaked through
Moist dirt, fertile earth,
There a new man grew

© 2007 Argonaut


1. kylegebhart - March 31, 2007

nice work.

2. Edit: Sprouting Soul « Argonaut - August 22, 2007

[…] Jak in Creative Writing, Poem, Poetry, Writing, health, Life. trackback Some fresh new changes to Sprouting Soul. Mainly to correct what I viewed as interruptions in its flow. Lines 4, 5, 9, and 12 have been […]

3. lydia2007 - August 24, 2007


4. jeques - August 25, 2007

I like the metaphor used, reminds me of my “seed” poetry series.
“‘Tis when I’m almost destroyed that I am about to grow.” Read that from somewhere and inspired me to write my seed series.

I wish you well ~ Jeques

5. liz - August 27, 2007

I noticed your style of combining words and I find it quite brave and sincere. I particularly like “groundfell” because it reflects the emotion of the action so aptly.

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