Albert Martin


The Gates To Another Place - Poem by Albert Martin

Just like thunder bombs
Your heart pounds
Wise women tell you now
That death's your bound

And they're so young
Not that old
And say that for his last goal
A man should be bold

Giant bats in the sky today
Jenny please postpone your flight
Let your wings lay in rest
It's almost not seen nor felt any light

Their eyes have seen an angel
It is known by everyone
And her dwell is a burning hell
That's the nature of my home

An angel that smiles at hear me sing
Better so than her thunderous cry
Today she's left inside her wings
Cause the bats have early taken the sky

And as you can see, my human friend
Here we're not so fainthearted
I hope you're back to your crazy land
With a good memory of the one that you have visited

Topic(s) of this poem: fantasy fiction


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Poem Submitted: Monday, March 23, 2015

Poem Edited: Monday, March 23, 2015


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