Thomas Henderson

Rookie (8-27-1991 / ? ? ? ? ?)

NEW Breath Of Life Poem by Thomas Henderson


I look has the sun rises to bring the end of a cold night
The breeze of the morning sun wakes up the world
But there are parts that don’t get touched by the sun
The dark figures rest in the shadows
The wait for the night to come alive
Blood thirsty with a moments notice
There are some people that can go into the shadows
They are outsiders of the mortal race
They want to learn about the magic that make up life
The dark figures tell the outsides about the way of the night
They ask an outsider to join their side
The outsider agrees without hesitation
He becomes a creature of both night and day
He gets a new breath of life
The power of love, hate and pain went thought his body
The day sun shined and hurt his eyes
He is becoming a werewolf
With blood boiling in his veins
He thinks what he did to his life
I am a creature of the night he yells to the moon
That this a sound he hears in his ears
He opens his eyes and finds that it was all a dream
Or was it
That night the full moon rise
And fur goes around him and he howls long and loud
Blood lust in his new eyes looking for a kill
He takes on a bear and eats until full
And runs away and wakes up to the sun again
Does not remember anything
Except a new breath of life

Submitted: Thursday, January 17, 2008

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  • Rookie Suicide King (1/17/2008 1:13:00 PM)

    This poem is good, I only suggest that you don't tell us he is becoming a werewolf. By doing this you are taking out the mystery of the poem, don't tell us directly but describe it to us and let us figure it out, it shows much skill and imagery if the reader understands you with out you even saying it out loud. Other than that a pretty well written piece. (Report) Reply

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