Treasure Island

Lacey Nightmare

Death of a Dreamer

Bleeding needles and sharpened wrists,
Love flowing to hate in the mist,

Screaming tears and Silent fears,
Sorrow mixed with pain through the years,

Long bright nights and Darkened skies,
Hearts being broken from the lies,

Voiceless mortals and singing demons,
Killing me softly without a reason,

Changing souls and twisted minds,
Crying blood caught in time,

Laying awake and dreaming nightmares,
Brought awake by whispers in the air

Submitted: Sunday, November 16, 2008
Edited: Monday, November 30, 2009

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  • Allan O (12/1/2009 9:02:00 PM)

    words that are spoken they come in the night, ,
    Only in words that clearly are sent in fright.
    The coldness of his breathe it touches my heart,
    This inner most feeling as I feel I must start.
    This nightmare I fear is pulling me outside,
    And there within this dream my heart has died.

    You are a fantasy writer from the darker side of poetry, I can really feel the intense touch to the keys as you write.
    Very talented..I admire one who can put forth the words I seek to say.As I have written many a dark poetry...

    Read of mine when and if you wish...go back into the older poetry when I was deep into the night demon and such.. ~^..^ (Report) Reply

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