Author Topic: The Film Director's Tale  (Read 455 times)

Offline Delm123

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The Film Director's Tale
« on: December 09, 2018, 09:17:41 PM »
Prologue                                                                                                                                                                                                                         

From magic warriors to small blue fish,

Each movie has a keeper, if you wish.

Music, colors, words, all together here,

But as a great song that you love to hear,

As orchestrated notes, as art itself,

Need a director to open the shelf

Of darkness and madness to evidence

That humanity carries one essence

Thus, we can feel what the other might feel,

And we can cry when others need to heal.

Isn’t it beautiful to show our dreams?

Feeling vulnerable, for what it seems

That real nakedness hides behind our souls

A good director knows the faithful goals.

When everything just appears like a mess

It's when our hero comes without distress

To save the stars making them shine again,

Little diamonds twinkle for dreamy men.

He can achieve order among chaos,

Cinema has found its truest ethos!




















Tale

Those who attempt to keep the truth hidden,

Let them come forward, crimes are forbidden.

For my first project, secrecy, and pain,

Silenced voices will not perish in vain.

A movie about justice, it will be.

For years, they’d been together with feigned glee,

He, a bright, ambitious businessman, fled.

She, an idealistic lady, bled.

What did he do to her? Sir wasn't grateful,
 
Don't let his prudence fool you, be doubtful.

His hands covered with blood, his mouth with lies,

But let's not precipitate, now be wise

Climb the ladder up to a grim surprise

Where fantasy seems true, don't close your eyes!
 
He had something that made him curious,
 
The smallest snags could make him furious.

A kind man for those he wanted to meet
 
A vile being, truly a heartless cheat. 

To add up, he was strong, classy and tall
 
He was intelligent, above them all,
 
Praised as a leader, plus a wealthy guy
 
Owned a business with a forest nearby.
 
Some nights you could hear the wind murmuring
 
It said things that would leave you shivering.

One day the woman was leaving the house

when a chap introduced himself as Brouse,

he was just asking for information,

but her husband didn’t stand that affection.

He observed them talking as his head flew,

he made up stories and his anger grew.

“Damn you”, he yelled, running his way downstairs,

as he pictured she was having affairs.

Blinded by distrust, he beat her to death,

but she cursed him as she took her last breath.

That night he had to bury the body,

somewhere to be noticed by nobody.

He dragged the body into the woodland,

a crow was watching, it couldn't understand.

He then found a nice spot and dug a hole,

there he dumped his poor spouse, whose life he stole.

When suddenly, a chill ran down his spine,

he heard a voice that said, “die you damn swine.”

He looked around in confusion, he feared,

when out of nowhere a red mist appeared.

He perceived how two hands caressed his face
while a faint sad cry could be heard in space.

He could feel a presence following him,

he looked to the right and glimpsed something dim.

His pants were wet as he fell back in fear

His wife had emerged saying “hi my dear.”

Later she vanished leaving him in awe,

The gent white as the ghost he lately saw.

As he stood up he heard some whispering,

the angry spirits, some were whimpering.

They pushed him toward the grave and fell back,

her words crossed his mind, everything turned black.

 
 
 
 

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Re: The Film Director's Tale
« Reply #1 on: December 11, 2018, 04:51:33 PM »
Delm, It held my attention. If not for all the spacing, I could have stayed better focused. But it was a good read.   jt

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Re: The Film Director's Tale
« Reply #2 on: December 11, 2018, 09:48:25 PM »
Thank you for the feedback. Now that you mentioned it, the spacing actually makes the reading more difficult. (Sorry for the grammar, I'm still learning the language)

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Re: The Film Director's Tale
« Reply #3 on: December 11, 2018, 09:53:09 PM »
Thank you for the feedback. Now that you mentioned it, the spacing actually makes the reading more difficult. (Sorry for the grammar, I'm still learning the language)

You welcome Delm. You are very good with English language... I hope to read more of your writings.   jt