Silver Spoons – Author William Wright, Jr.

 

I reap the ashes

In silver spoons

Sustaining

The vermin

That crawl, deep within

 

They worm

Ever-thankful

In the grit of passersby

 

The ruinous mounds

Of wayward strangers

Charred, to a hopeless pulp

 

By spoonful’s

I thrive

Heartily gorging

On distant trials

 

In spoonful’s

I join the mad

Ensnared

By their every

Heartless whim

 

© William Wright, Jr.

William Wright

Excerpt from the book The Slums of Nightfall

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William Wright About the Author

 My name is William Lorenzo Wright, Jr. I am the youngest of three children, as well as the only son to two loving and hard-working parents. I am a college student from San Diego California and I hold a deep passion for reading and writing poetry. I was sixteen years old when I first fell in love with poetry and I have been faithful to the craft ever since.

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3 replies

  1. I never thought about chemistry in school
    I never thought about silver as a general rule
    Chemical element Ag is from the Latin “argentum” meaning “shiny or white.”
    It is found in the Earth’s crust and is a conductor of light
    The highest of electrical conductivity in the Earth’s pure might
    Imagine this metal in its purest, free form in all of our sight.
    An unexpected lesson in the glory and mystery
    of the blue Earth’s vast and beautiful history
    Now what about that “silver spoon?”
    Its definition can be revealed soo.
    It is a lesson in expanding our mind
    to challenge, see what it can find.
    Push yourself to find out more
    That is what our lives are for!

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