Casey A Geiger
The Darkest Debut - Poem by Casey A Geiger
Eyes of awakening seek no lighter veiw,
Few have yet seen the most darkest debut,
Living a life one would die for,
Breathing this breath forever more,
They have rose to take me,
To brake me away,
They have found what they've wanted,
To darken the day.
I wimper with weakness and scream out with fear,
Before they dare take me they lend me a tear,
And tell me it's okay to fear them,
For soon I'll be far too near them.
My body, still shaking, as my soul is then taken,
To a darker place,
Where I am giving a darker face,
Along with the power to elude those who choose to spite me.
I had the smell no scences could read,
And a hunger only blood could feed,
The next day, as it folded, I lept into grace,
Seeking the softest face.
Fumbles and scraggles of bitches and whores,
Walking I fumble through hallways and doors,
Asking of whom should I search,
The sky was then widened and time ran behind,
The world I was freeing, no longer my kind,
The faces so sweet, that of candy, of bliss,
The blood, that of wine, shall I dine for a kiss?
The hand of a lover unknown,
So vulnerable to be so alone,
I shall free them or give them my power,
As I feast upon each lightless hour,
My apparel will blind beneath the sky,
But the light from my blundered eye,
Will consume them.
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