Count Dracula

Sounds Of Loneliness - Poem by Count Dracula

Shattering glass and echoes of a silent scream
The trickle of water forms into a flood
A swirl of wind and the wish of a dream
Creaking of a door followed with a reverberating bang

The pounding of a half-stone heart
Shuddered breath explodes its way out
Repudiation of the world standing to be torn apart
A half-screamed plea but an echoing whisper

Breathing of anguish tried to express
The ringing of questions without any answers
Moans of an arch wanting of a caress
A whispering cold filled with the roar of blackness

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Poem Submitted: Tuesday, June 11, 2013

Poem Edited: Tuesday, June 11, 2013

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