Treasure Island

venessa ambrose

(12/01/1992 / lagos)

Torn veil


The storm cried,
Roaring thundering stole the sky,
The wind sang a sad lyrics,
Dead mournful lines,
Of pure misery,
Vultures graced the void,
Stealing the darkness away,
While watching light fade,
Angels wept,
Men prayed they dreamt,
The broken music stop midair,
The tears in spaced it stilled,
The eyes watched them part,
Two souls made a union,
Now must watch each depart,
They wind fought,
The lightening illuminated the crying souls of all,
The sun departed in shame,
Watching light depart,
Eagerly replaced with shades,
One that stole all there was,
Torn veil!

Submitted: Sunday, May 13, 2012
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