DEEP DARK SOUL POET

Rookie - 35 Points (09/1965 / Australia)

Dark night...


So dark is the night by choice
Silen​ced​ of humorous voice,
So lonely is the night of charms
Devoi​d​ of a lover's warm arms.

Dark shadows rising upward bound
Above me from the silent ground
Destr​oying​ my inner secret dreams
Wakin​g​ to the sounds of inner screams

Dark shadows rising here to stay
Even after they're casted away
They come back with violence
At the depth of dead silence

Dark shadows rising unkind
causi​ng​ chaos across my mind
I cant stand, my painful cries
As the dark night arrives

Dark shadows rising knocking me flat
Paral​ysing​ me purposef​ully​ so that
I can't move and nobody cares
The dark night blindly stares

Dark shadows dying away to fly
Over the dark coloured sky
No more shadows flying around
Remem​bering​ my dreams abound

As the heavenly glowing stars swoon
Circling around the glitteri​ng​ moon
Radia​ting​ above in the sky like mothers
Among​st​ the ashen white, I saw sereni​ty's​ colours

Submitted: Saturday, February 05, 2011
Edited: Thursday, September 06, 2012
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