Poetic Dan

Caution...I think? More from my soul

I'm going to tell you this
From a boy to a man
I've never thought
I must empty my sack

Any hole is not a goal
Although it may be how
Many get to this world

To hear these makes me sick
One I'll guarantee not to repeat

I'm trying my hardest to keep this clean
As I did the action of creation way before 18
But I always was aware it could bring a mini me
Into a world I felt was cruelly bitter and unseen

So I chose in ever single act
My power I have making life it self
Never to lose it from my mind
Nothing I created will walk the path of mine

Greatful to be here right now
Yet this shadow is mine alone
Knowing it was heavy balls
The reason I got here at all

To every single man out there
I understand the need to share
But grip your own if you can't own
The responsibility of actions alone

Stop being ignorant to the consequences of actions
For a moments satisfaction is another souls damnation

Comments8

  • orchidee

    Woof! Be quiet Fido
    ! (18+ watchdog). Got him on my lead here.
    Well, it's a natural human function - apart from my daftness of swooning.
    Maybe it's 'everything in moderation'. It's the same if we overdo anything. We may suffer the consequences - over-drinking, over-eating, etc.

    • Poetic Dan

      Glad help keep Fido busy and thanks for the word swooning, it inspired a writing I've yet to share.

      • orchidee

        Oh noooo! I bet I will swoon when I read it then. Fido will guard me from anything 'exciting' in it. lol.

      • Reyas

        Another great piece with such an intricate and important message.

        • Poetic Dan

          Always good to get confirmation to keep sharing my thoughts.
          Truly appreciated

        • dusk arising

          Wise words for the young to heed. But they are tied into human nature and will not learn wisdom by being told. If it were so easy, then even horrific warfare would stop.

          • Poetic Dan

            Absolutely my friend although I know I tell mine more than I was told but yes it should be shown just as much as we tell.
            Always appreciate your words
            Much love and respect

          • fuche_bu

            words of advice for young people? Although some of us old dogs might learn from it as well.

            • Poetic Dan

              Always appreciated my friend
              Much peace and respect

            • Claudelle DeLuna

              Great writing! Friend
              P.S.
              I've already started conversations about sexuality with my 4th grader in hopes of bringing awareness.
              Thank you for writing about an important subject.
              Blessings to you and yours!
              🙂✌

              • Poetic Dan

                Thank you, all any of us can do is speak our truth, hoping it will reflect on what they may or may not do.
                Much love and respect

              • w c

                Enjoyed it, PD. Ahh yes, to know desire and creation!

                • Poetic Dan

                  Always appreciated w c
                  Much love and respect

                • onepauly

                  try being a 63 year old virgin.
                  yea, like me!
                  ha! ha! ha!

                  • Poetic Dan

                    I'll have a go in the next life ;)
                    It's never to late for anything my friend

                    Much peace and respect

                    • onepauly

                      I would rather die then lose my virginity.
                      it is something I can call my own.

                    • Goldfinch60

                      Very strong write Dan but all our actions give us the experience to move on into a better life.

                      • Poetic Dan

                        That it did but some things don\'t need to repeat, if you know what I mean?

                        Always appreciated
                        Much love and respect



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