Biography of Clove Beatty
Clove Beatty Poems
The Never-Ending February
Two summer's cannot melt the ice from that February Autumn is nearing but the cold still lingers My heart is frozen and I won't soon forget now that you've gone This is the longest winter of my life
The Light That Remains
A long dark road awaits you And darkens with time Much light may accompany you at the starting line But as you run on it fades
If I learn by tomorrow This is my last yesterday I've seen between the seems of dying dreams of the dying souls in front of me
Follow me down the rabbit hole I dare you There will be no other signs to beware you Because in my dream of Wonderland
Love And War
Love and war or love OF war? A fine line was drawn but as you look at your feet
I took the risk and it broke me now I'm praying to God trying to understand
Seven black hearts Painted on her wrists Seven more scars Added to the list
Fire And I
I love fire The way it dances The way it smells The way it looks
Love, Hate And Pain
Love, hate and pain Spin in a circle always repeating never releasing
My mind is always wandering, trying to put together the pieces of puzzles in the back of my mind my brains primary task, is to calm down, or at least look calm,
Most of the time I don't remember what I dream or I dream of a vast nothingness. Black walls, Black floors,
There is nothing left of me As the darkness consumes me I find I am alone, as i always am
I have let rain pour down upon my soul for far too long Waiting, waiting for the rainbow Now I wonder as everyone does Have I already missed it?
When all is silent Does that mean no one's listening? If so, why don't I speak my mind? Why can't I speak my mind?
I have let rain pour down upon my soul for far too long
Waiting, waiting for the rainbow
Now I wonder as everyone does
Have I already missed it?
Had the clouds blocked my view?
Or had I let it pass by without a second glance?
My questions may never get answered
But the rain pours on
And after every storm you will another chance at a rainbow