*Inaccessible*

Drowned into the abyss of darkness my heart is wounded forever.
Another sleepless night when the demon of inaccessible love
flies laughing through this insane mind of mine.
I do not care.
I find myself picturing your face.
I pretend to see.
But your eyes are the distance.
I pretend that there is a future
predicting millions of precious moments,
thousands of nights.
I am blind for the truth.
I refuse to understand.
Oh, use your wings and come!
Before it is to late
before the evil seed of fear infect my luckless soul.
Let me believe that your words are mine
and I shall dare to open the heavy doors of my closed heart.
I shall dare to look for you and let you in
asking you to heal those wounds you have caused

***
© Eclipse 2008 – 2011

Thursday Poets Rally Week 39 (March 3-9, 2011)

~ by Eclipse on March 3, 2011.

20 Responses to “*Inaccessible*”

  1. I lived with this pain…Thanks for sharing.

  2. well expressed poem, u had me on the edge after every word…loved it..
    happy rally

    here is my link: http://mypoetrywriting.blogspot.com/2011/03/your-smile.html

  3. This definitely makes me think. The older I get I tend to think I’m the cause of my own wounds.

  4. I simply love this line:

    “But your eyes are the distance.”

    🙂

  5. Nice, sad, hopeful

  6. Oh, that’s a tough place to be in. Your emotions were so strongly described here.

  7. Unique way of delivering recovery from heartbreak – I can definitely identify with it.:)

  8. What a way to express emotions.. Loved reading it… 🙂

  9. Lovely. Sadly, those who cause the wounds are usually the last people who can heal them. Thank you.

  10. well expressed emotions.

    fantasy is needed at times, best regards…
    Welcome to poets rally.

    have fun!

    😉

    • Yes – someone said that fantasy is a way of looking at life through the wrong end of a telescope, so we could even laugh at life’s realities…..sometimes 🙂

      Thank you so much Jingle, I’m sure I’ll enjoy it…..

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