Silent Phantom Poem by Cowboy Ron Williams

Silent Phantom

Rating: 5.0

I've been stalking you forever,
but hoping not to cause you fright.
I'm watching you in the daytime
and lurking while you sleep at night.

Soon I'll be coming for you, dear,
and then at last I'll make you mine.
You'll never see me; never fear;
you'll be too groggy from the wine.

Like 'The Shadow' - - remember him?
The guy was on the radio.
He clouds men's minds so they can't see,
and I can do the same, you know.

I can shift shapes to hide myself;
I won't mess up; I'll do this right.
You can't escape; you'll soon be mine,
for I can hide right in plain sight.

Silent Phantom
Kim Barney 12 July 2020

A creepy poem and fantastic picture! Well done!

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Bernard F. Asuncion 13 July 2020

A well inked impressive piece. Simply fabulous...10+++

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Kim Barney 04 February 2021

That picture really is a perfect match for this poem!

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Smoky Hoss 29 July 2020

Great words, gorgeous picture.

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Cowboy Ron Williams 20 July 2020

Thank you, everyone, for the comments!

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A nicely crafted poem on Phantom tricks...10

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Aarzoo Mehek 13 July 2020

Love the mystery and fright encapsuled in the words. Nice poem Ron. Keep sharing.

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