EclipseOfTheMoon

From the Pocket of a Dream

*Oblivion*

 

Lost in confusion the mind struggles again
too much unexplained to the reason
a shadow arise once more from the depth
where it lied in wait for so long
ready to obscure all the logic
demanding the oblivion of reality
Another day another silence more questions
spin the whirl inside my messy existence
undone neglected but now awaken
realizing that there’s no other way
instead of what has been given
yet pretending as the words were empty
disconnecting all insane thoughts
but they are eating their way out of the mind
painting a forgotten picture buried in the heart
opening the old wound with the knife of doom

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© Eclipse 2008 – 2011

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5 comments on “*Oblivion*

  1. eclipseofthemoon
    May 29, 2010

    Thanks Doug

  2. douginator
    May 28, 2010

    “Another day another silence more questions
    spin the whirl inside my messy existence
    undone neglected but now awaken
    realizing that there’s no other way
    instead of what has been given
    yet pretending as the words were empty
    disconnecting all insane thoughts
    but they are eating their way out of the mind
    painting a forgotten picture buried in the heart
    opening the old wound with the knife of fate…”

    WOW, and all’s I can say is “Welcome to the fold!” A writer’s world.

  3. Dreamwalker
    May 28, 2010

    Thank You Eclipse

  4. eclipseofthemoon
    May 27, 2010

    Thank you my dear friend, I love your wise words as well….

  5. Dreamwalker
    May 27, 2010

    Yes the shadows lurk in the dark corners of the mind, waiting to rear their heads to the unsuspecting thought. Repeating their curse of torment as they whisper the words of mistrust, and lies, which you once thought had eaten out your core, and yet, there they are… Still full of Life, waiting to pounce. turning a world upside down as the old wound bursts open exposing all the nerve endings..

    I so love your writing Eclipse.. Dreamwalker

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