From the Pocket of a Dream

*A Rose of Waiting*

I saw her again
her dress of mist and her hair of blackness
A gust of a cold wind came out from her mouth
as she whispered into the night
Those were the words of accusation
reminding me that nothing is  forgotten
yet the words of understanding
an offer of a relief
She rose above a marbled water called Fear
Her eyes were  mirrors that could rip the heart
but her voice rang silently with the softness of falling petals
telling a story about the Patience and Pain
I wished for the embrace of her frozen arms
I reached for the knowledge
It was in vain
A single Rose of Waiting was all I had been given

© Eclipse 2008 – 2011


7 comments on “*A Rose of Waiting*

  1. Lady rain
    February 1, 2011

    Wow….wonderfull … I really love this poem…^_^

  2. Artswebshow
    December 29, 2010

    Such a subtle sadness to this poem.
    I like what you did with this

  3. Lady rain
    December 25, 2010

    Merry christmas my sweet friend ❤ wish you a happy time. much love always,shiva xxxxx

  4. Raven
    December 23, 2010

    Thanks for stopping by my friend…
    Wishing you a very Merry Christmas and looking forward to reading more of your lovely poetry in the New Year!!!
    Love and hugs, Ravenxox

  5. eclipseofthemoon
    December 22, 2010

    Thanks girls 🙂

  6. Raven
    December 17, 2010

    Tis a sadness and longing for comfort I see here. Beautiful, my friend…


  7. Sue Dreamwalker
    December 10, 2010

    you weave your words so well Eclpse as I see the vision of this lady from the mists as she knows too well the Pain held deep within the silent walls of self..
    Have a wonderful weekend Dear Friend… Dreamwalker xxx

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