Drowning Inside(Detail) Poem by Alyssa ArtsLover

Drowning Inside(Detail)

Rating: 5.0

'A silent tear on a pale skin
Flowing down but still not fell
A pinkish fog-blurred by the glass it forms-
Percolates through the shutter
A silent scream by an untold fear
Still rings the heartbell
Through the head a howling sound
Pumps the pain into the ventricle
A withered lily boquet in a thirsty vase
Spreads the eternal dream's smell
Swirling petals-as dense clouds they form-
Are making a naked soul to be covered
On the surface of cried ocean-or a solemn sea
When the sunglow turns to scarlet
A desire thats sore makes a heart's pain to grow,
A black swan's feathers reflected'

Sunday, January 22, 2017
Topic(s) of this poem: dreaming,fear
Akhtar Jawad 03 September 2017

The tears that could not fall on the cheeks were the pearls and have been kept by the eyes. What a lovely poem!

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Chinedu Dike 28 January 2017

An insightful piece of poetry, well articulated and nicely penned in good poetic diction with conviction. Thanks for sharing. ALYSSA.

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Alyssa Artslover 15 February 2017

Thank you for reading and for your comment!

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Edward Kofi Louis 22 January 2017

Silent tear! ! The pain inside. Thanks for sharing this poem with us.

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Alyssa Artslover 25 January 2017

Thank you for reading it!

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