Darkest Night...Brightest Morning Poem by Richard Wlodarski

Darkest Night...Brightest Morning

Rating: 5.0

Cold darkness
Haunting night
Wolves howling
So silenced
The full moon
Now obscured
Deadened sky
No sounds heard
Deathly hush
Stiff body
Lies frozen
Angels sing
Breathing life
Into life
Morning shines
Much brighter

Friday, January 25, 2019
Topic(s) of this poem: depression,happiness,moon,morning,night,optimism,wolf
Inspired by a quote from a Hindi movie song brought to mine attention by the accomplished poet Rajnish Manga. Thank you so much, Rajnish for your continued support and encouragement.
Dr Dillip K Swain 25 January 2019

A wonderful poem the theme of which is extracted from another amazing poet! Well penned.........10

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Rajnish Manga 25 January 2019

Nice portrayal of a nightmarish show which has ends on a very positive note. Thanks for the cue having been applied beautifully.

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Kostas Lagos 25 January 2019

Loved this one too, Richard !

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Dr Antony Theodore 05 February 2019

Angels sing Breathing life Into life Morning shines Much brighter.the first part of the poem was very dark...... i got afraid. but at the end you come to the light of the dawn. lovely poem. thank u dear poet. tony

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Kumarmani Mahakul 25 January 2019

Wolves are howling at darkest night but light of morning will bring new peaceful sound. An amazing poem is shared.10

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Tom Allport 19 March 2019

A poem that shines a light on a darkened path that most of us have gone down sometime in our life.

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Rebecca Navarre 25 February 2019

Painted with such feeling, heart and soul! .. Ever so deeply and powerfully moving! .. And the ending, with such light! .. Thank you ever so much for sharing this! .. Ever so very many 10S! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ...................+++++

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Bharati Nayak 06 February 2019

Morning shines much brighter- - - - Light has the power to overcome darkness, no matter how dense it is .The poem highlights the power of light.Thanks for sharing this beautiful poem.

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Mj Lemon 05 February 2019

Great imagery, Richard. The stiff body suggests permanent death, and yet there is a lively, life-giving promise in the words of the last five lines. There's a real impact delivered by this verse.

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Sylvia Frances Chan 05 February 2019

The poem has a successful effect inspired by Rajnish Manga. The result of this inspirational quote is a most eerie and haunting poem, but Light always wins in the end, comes the morning that shines always brighter than the night before.....when wolves are howling, makes the night more haunting than other nights, perfect choice of words, Richard, a quote remains a quote, but your choice of words makes it eerie. Absoluteely! A 10+++++++++

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