Jose Lu


The Dark Forest Night - Poem by Jose Lu

Time moves.
When the sun is swallowed by the darkness over the sky..
And the sky is as red as blood, washed the horizon with shadows of black..
The sky cackled, the birds flying trough,
Aware of the darkness that chasing them.back to the nest in the mountains.

A moon appeared, floating and dangling,
As white as a ghostly face as it appears.

Stars sparkling, scattered
They've moved away from the moon, scared from the shine...

Woods creaked, the sounds of forest was heard
A hoots and whisper's in the darkness
Eyes lurking, many moves appeared behind the bushes.
Hunting, beasts wandering, crouching, waiting in the shadows..

The grass is swaying, they wondered as they're laying, waiting...

A river sound at distant, luring guests with surprise at water's edge...

A shadow in the grass, as they crackled, a man walking trough the dark...

Seeking trough, wander..
To living the life,
To meet the night
A night with a symphony, singing the dreams and nightmares....

The shadow swallowed by the forest, trough the bushes and grass..

To the forest, greeted by the dark shadows in the night..

The steps faded..eerie, evil winds brushing through the leaves..

Howls was heard at the heart of forest, distant was a scream and a splash....

Time moves on, there's nothing to heard

Silence at the forest, haunted the night away..

Silence, silence, passed trough the night


Comments about The Dark Forest Night by Jose Lu

  • Sajna Kailas (12/7/2011 1:53:00 AM)


    good good, fine texture with beautiful imageries loved it! !
    God Bless You! ! ! ! ! ! ! !
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  • (12/6/2011 2:41:00 AM)


    A really good poem, liked it. A good write. (Report) Reply

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Poem Submitted: Tuesday, December 6, 2011

Poem Edited: Tuesday, December 6, 2011


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