Thunderstorm Lullaby

Rookie (10/2 / Mansfield MA)

Fatal Symphony - Poem by Thunderstorm Lullaby

A quite hum, the music looms
As the instruments begin to tune.
Our hands together, my bow on your strings,
I look in your eyes, and the symphony begins.
The beat starts off slow, with a hint of your grace.
I drown in your eyes, with no sense of time or space.
The beat begins to quicken, the music and our hearts,
and we've stopped caring where the music ends or starts.
I’ll do whatever it takes to keep you next to me,
be it magic, sex, or a sprinkle of ecstasy.
I want to play this music everyday
Let the consequences be what they may.
The orchestra has reached its peak
when I realize that you are what I seek.
what I wasted my life blindly trying to find
stumbling through the labyrinth of heart and mind.
I'm the one for you, don’t you understand
or is this for the thrill of hearing the band.
Then a string breaks, along with my heart,
for this end, just like the start
it has always been my song, but it will never be yours
and this last verse will never have a second chorus.
Cuz it doesn’t matter if we were meant to be
for you were the last note in my fatal symphony.

Comments about Fatal Symphony by Thunderstorm Lullaby

  • (12/21/2009 3:31:00 PM)

    I like how you wove the idea of a symphony playing with the love song in your life.
    Well done & enjoyable to read.
    'a quite hum'-should be 'a quiet hum' ok

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  • (12/21/2009 2:12:00 PM)

    Well written. You sound young. (Report) Reply

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Poem Submitted: Monday, December 21, 2009

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