Pilfered Soulless House

Written by William Kekaula |

Pilfered dawn occasions a soulless house, bruised
appeals innocence whilst porch screen once tended,
concedes whispers of dust calm quest of quarters,
             ~~views endured through time.

Some non-existent floorboards chanced ferns sprouting
rights, roots by an unnerved staircase, challenging
few, yon a blurred window, --rooms without a view
              ~~volumed sights, ventures.

Wilt garden fruitless seasons, its gardener
enshrined nigh, atop sits scentless plastics, stiffs
amidst squeezed breaths constants against a rosette,
              ~~hugging touched headstone.

Tempest strived roof musing o'er wealth perceived themes
of swayed hyperboles, midst shared rooms, aroused town's
tattlers year-long spread, wanes, delays one closed door,
             ~~course perused ruins

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Form of Poetry

Sapphic stanza

Author: William Kekaula
I am a retiree of the hospitality industry, presently, residing in my birthplace town of Hilo, Island of Hawaii, a.k.a. Big Island, in the 50th State of Hawaii, USA, and as a writer, I have a passion for poetry, fictional and nonfictional short stories.


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Card image cap William Kekaula - Ditto, my joyous soulful dear, Regina, for I am well-pleased of your surprising visit and kind words, I am left in anticipation, Aloha! William
Card image cap Regina McIntosh - Nice to see a familiar face on this site. I haven't posted anything as of yet, but hope to eventually. God bless you

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