The Great Mayhem
Finger pointed, mouth askew
Shouting cheerful, wacky brew.
Voices plenty, sparkling eyes
Boundless nutty, in disguise.
Man of silly, Man of soul
Man who’s world was less than whole.
Longing yearning, not a peace
Shared your laughter as release.
Now on two years, still we feel,
Lack of presence, so unreal.
I will mark it and archive
Living tribute, to survive.
Missing treasure, Hearty gem
No one like you…
The great mayhem.
Paula Antonello Moore, Poetry. Copyright: Thursday, August 11, 2016-08-10
Marking the Second anniversary of the passing of Mr. Robin Williams, Comedian.
Image: Robin Williams by Nicolas Guerin.
He will always be one of the greats 🙂
I agree. His absence is still so noticeable.
Yes,he is very much missed.
Still so hard to believe. Thank goodness the footage remains.
Love it. I also wrote one on him today. Check it out if you want.
Thank you. I will.
Wow. So touching, Paula. 🙂
Thank you. Listening to Good Will Hunting theme and recalling the emotion he portrayed so brilliantly. He was such a gift.
I love the unique details you have pinpointed to make the portrait come alive to the viewer. Thank you Paula. I have pinned it to my Pinterest board for others to appreciate too.
I’m always so appreciative of your support, kind words and promotion. Thank you.
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