From the Pocket of a Dream

*A Paradox*


Sometimes when the soul takes a trip
to the forbidden land
behind the dusty curtain of an unwished memory
and the birds of guilt start to sing
their persistent tune
the heart feels the very known pain again
The eyes recognize the vision:
a frozen picture of one departed lake
in grief
alone and left behind
The flight of vultures above
a scream that rips the sky of my heart
over and over again
The sickness with no remedy
Those are the moments I don’t want you ever to see
yet the moments  when I need your arms the most
when I wish for your whisper
and need your eyes to be the mirrors to forget


© Eclipse 2008 – 2011


6 comments on “*A Paradox*

  1. eclipseofthemoon
    November 1, 2010

    Thank You very much Lady Rain

  2. Lady rain
    November 1, 2010

    you make me happy eclipse…thank you for the comment…you’re so sweet…
    best wishes,shiva xxxxx

  3. Lady rain
    October 30, 2010

    wow!!! very great poem eclipse,love always,shiva x

  4. suedreamwalker
    October 26, 2010

    You write from the Soul of one who has had her heart ripped into shreds only to be woven together with ribbons of love so delicate that you fear your heartbeat will fray them.. Look through the shadows beyond the vale the curtain hides, for you will see those ribbons are threads of Gold,,
    Love and Light to you Eclipse.. Dreamwalker

  5. Raven
    October 26, 2010

    Tis true…sometimes you don’t want them to see you in this moment, then other times…please be here and now.
    smiles for you sweetie,

  6. douginator
    October 26, 2010

    I loved this…

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