Martina Moriarty

Veteran Poet - 1,702 Points (15/04/1964 / Kerry)

Fool? Fool Fool You... - Poem by Martina Moriarty

She saw the ground open up
separate with great ease...
She held her last dying breath
as the speeding car she was in
plunged deep...
Destined to crash into the bowels
of the screaming burning earth
The driver was going way too fast
To avoid the inevitable!

The blackness of darkness
hits her right between the eyes!
The bones of her is here and there
In whispered years of no goodbyes...
With tearful glance before
the break of final season falls
She sacrifices daylight hours
to heed...the devils call

With hungry smile his watchful eyes
descends her to his view
a kingdom come
his will be done
of this you can be sure!

Will this nightmare ever end!

O but he said...come into my bed
You will shine like a Christmas tree
It is I have the power
to bequeath you a crown
and be Queen over all
that is Free?
The hunt is heard!
in newborn cells adrift
upon a shore
a message left in coded jest
from far off sacred lore.

A shining star doth shine upon
Dreamer? ...Poet? ...Fool?

The dawn of you!
Awakenings such a well of ancient spell
buoyed above...beyond... within
to 'brrring' a cursed warning bell!

Love is a sweet vine
kissed anew in design
when a wish on a star
captures bliss!
Lips collide with such force
takes a breath from a ghost
through the pulse
of a Nod and a Wink!

Topic(s) of this poem: love and art

Form: Acrostic

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Poem Submitted: Monday, March 16, 2015

Poem Edited: Thursday, October 22, 2015

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