Lady In The Water Poem by Lucas Akkadian

Lady In The Water



Solemnly I discorded
to meddle in the cogs of grace,
Driving faster out of hope to be saved
as angels resisted and devils gained.

And she slid in through a sliver
of light through the open door,
and I thought she was a harbinger
of tragedy or inexorable end,

but she just smiled
that crooked smile
and spoke-
'despair not, but penetrate the night'.

COMMENTS OF THE POEM
Dwi Utami 12 July 2010

I.tink ''lady in the water''is so sexy poem! but is very good of you, very short but i.like it.god luck.

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Amy Douglass (Fifita) 07 March 2009

'the angels resisted and the devils gained' awesome line very poetic.

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