Troy Clark

Rookie (Jan 3rd 1991 / Michigan)

I Watched, Felt, And Heard - Poem by Troy Clark

I watched the world decay around me,
I heard the silent screams,
A plague of black night,
Consuming all in its path,
Destroying all that I loved,
I run in fear.

Trying to hide from the blackness,
I try to fight the darkness,
But I can’t stop the spreading,
My strength wanes daily,
And soon I’ll be powerless
To stop the fiend.

Unable to sleep,
I lay awake and alone,
Cold to the touch,
But inside a fire was brewing
A hope that should be nonexistent,
I could still feel the earths dull
Beats of life,
Unable to sleep this night
I pray.

I hear the wind as it moans
In agony,
I smell the trees
Even though they're dead,
I see the clouds
Moving lifelessly,
I can feel the earth
As it sings its song of death.
Who can save it?

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Poem Submitted: Thursday, April 10, 2008

Poem Edited: Monday, December 1, 2008

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