Vision Ghost

Rookie - 5 Points (24/01/1979 / Epsom, East Surrey)

Through The Flames - Poem by Vision Ghost

Engulfed by the betrayal of the words spoken
A heart shatters to glass in many pieces broken
Soul throbs upon every tear so sullenly fallen
That the air of my spirit to nourish is stolen

Solitary agony so unable to reach for the voice
That speaks loving words to somehow rejoice
And bring you back to my arms in a choice
To love you forever in a simple loving voice

Wish you back to the pendulum of continuation
Of tears shed for every night in this damnation
To succeed alone and without you in congregation
For a masquerade as I am the only in regression

Pulling my heart back with strings you severed
As my red eyes betray the tears so undelivered
To your ears now deaf to my cries I shivered
In the cold of the corner I sit no more savoured

As every touch I reveal is cold as I retract this
Hand back to myself as what was gone was bliss
Beautiful faces obscured by grey encircling mists
I call out to the silence as of no one but me exists

To witness the torment under duress of loneliness
Forever afraid to motion forward without your caress
I look up to the skies and see the dark storms dress
Ready to extinguish my tears to cloak this duress

But never to sooth the fury of the begotten years
Those so have been lost somehow in such reveres
That now I acknowledge I am alone to my fears
Through these flames of desire can you see tears?

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Poem Submitted: Wednesday, November 7, 2007

Poem Edited: Saturday, April 23, 2011

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