Sea Of Darkness - Poem by Soren Valentine
I dreamt of water.
All night, a sea was before me.
Endless waters were all I saw.
I drink of it's waters; it fills the emptiness.
I see the skies open up,
the brilliance of a quasar shining down.
Somehow, I'm told to walk into encircling waters,
and it engulfs the little island.
The waters proceed to turn black,
a darkness spreads throughout.
It infects the entire planet.
Neptune's moons are like ours,
only they have scars and faces,
their mouths stitched.
Saturn and Uranus are in the sky,
beginning to weep.
The Moving Star comes down,
with the raiment of mortal man.
He shines like a shadow of the mighty quasar.
Trying to tell me,
his voice is masked my nightmares held at bay.
A wind comes from the north
and it blows him away like ashes.
A glorious sylph, radiating white light,
turns toward me.
I can only see a faint smile.
She explodes into a whisper of shadows,
singing a requiem of dirges.
Poet's Notes about The Poem
I sent a description of it to my friend and she told me I should make it into a poem. so I did.
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