Martin Kloess


Dark Dark Night - Poem by Martin Kloess

Oh dark dark night what dreams do you ignite
And set them roaming passed my will to see
So freely they set off to torment me
There in my darkest hour they delight

What sharp sharp fear makes nothingness appear
And rashly spread their venom cast in doubt
As they laugh out they steal my will to shout
The sharpest sound of all a crashing tear

My warm warm bed becomes a place of dread
And from this prison dare I light the floor
Before those things come crashing through the door
Then swarm the warmest places in my head

Oh dark dark night what blindness has resigned
To loose the darkest things within my mind


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Poem Submitted: Saturday, September 14, 2013

Poem Edited: Monday, September 16, 2013


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