Blaise Harley

Beautiful Disaster - Poem by Blaise Harley

Beautfiul disaster come crashing down after
the emotions we guard become our own master
faster and faster we call after

the crying ones
they've come undone leaving with the sudden hum
of silence left lying to an empty room
without and thoughts as to whether it's too soon

to be after this loss we chase without any grace
we sesarch the space and pace a room of lost haste
where empty souls go to rest and show
this sudden hope we cannot know

of all in pretense this shuddering suspense as hence
we lease to them a final glance
with final kisses and final rants of sorrow and joy
to fill this past

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Poem Submitted: Saturday, March 18, 2006

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