cheesy, crappy, poetry

I'm about to post a *takes a deep breath* poem which I wrote. (Just for the record, I'm cringing as I'm writing this one) Of all the crap that I've been posting, this one has to be the biggest ever. I'm not sure what's gotten into me today but I just had the sudden urge to post this one. It may be something that I'm going to regret for the rest of my life but what the hell, right? Here it goes...

the dance
we danced without music
each step, a tune
each turn, a melody
as we gazed at each other
our hearts sang

confused yet calm
our bodies pressed
feeling each other
a tender warm thought came
eternity is now
this moment, forever

we closed our eyes
while our bodies flowed
twirling gracefully, slowly
under the moonlight
on a cold summer night


I'm about to hit the publish button now...
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Ok, this time it's for real...

9 comments:

mbaluyos said...

ok man. chada ang poem bai. no ass-kissing intention whatsoever...:)

bleepster said...

thanks matt. but i still think it's cheesy. ^_^

Carl MaƱoso said...

Programmers shouldn't be afraid of posting their poems in their blogs. Programming is a creative process after all, just like writing poems. We should post lots of them in our blogs. I posted two already in my blog in blogspot. But then again nobody, except myself, knows that I have a blog at blogspot...since May 2004. Hehe...

audienceone said...

".. don't be afraid to show them your true colors... so beautiful, like a rainbow"

Each to his own, chada ang poem. Walay bot-anay. I have poems too, unfortunately, unlike you I haven't had the guts yet to move them out of my blog drafts.

bleepster said...

^you can send them to me and i'll gladly post them here (if you don't mind)

governor nathan said...

i like the poem, short but the message it gives tells it all...makes me want to start making poems again..i've been out of that kind of literature for quite some time...and naa diay blog si carl since 2004...tsk tsk...pa secret secret pa gyud to...

mbaluyos said...

sakto kaayo si carl. programming and writing are both creative processes.

in fact, i've read somewhere that the best programmers are also good at writing. Writing good, elegant, well-structured code is similar to a good written work.

governor nathan said...

mao diay maayo kaayo mo tanan mosulat kay maayo man mo na programmers...

bleepster said...

"maayo"? hmmmmm... not exactly. everybody can write, even 7 year olds can write something intelligible. there's really nothing extraordinary about it.