Ian Effendi Poems

Ian Effendi Poems

1Rebellion
2Shame
3The Unfinished Dream

Best Poem of Ian Effendi

The Unfinished Dream
I have strewn you, the listener, a tale of the ages, Sung from an old bard - no wizards nor mages.
And last but not least, I envy your youth, As I know that you still will vie for the truth:

The harsh, heavy water tossed upon the brig, Rattled the bars of the lonely prisoner’s cell.
Kindled flames were moaning from a . . .
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Rebellion
Man growls as the growing tyrant rages.
The wartorn streets have bloodied me
and as I am, both sides of the war
fight to survive.
Its awe-inspiring and godly: the people
they whimper,
they lash out.
They cry out in anger for the blood of the man.
And with my ears I hear the sound
Of a thousand . . .
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