EclipseOfTheMoon

From the Pocket of a Dream

*An Echoe of Madness*

Night
Under the heavy black clouds
a breath 
                a scream 
                                  Silence

A revenge
against the play of life
which brought together certain souls
It
    should
                  never

A prohibited flame
born within chambers
of the silly heart
The forbidden 
                           blood  
                                      of yearning

Cursed
Sentenced to starvation
in eternal desire to reach out to its own
But he
              is just
                          the distance

Stolen
ages ago
Turned into an unexplained emotion
A mad 
             echoe  
                          in the head

A whirl of mania
a pressure of guilt
gobbling the soul consuming it
chewing 
                 its 
                      core

Naked fears on the walls
creeping as ugly corpses
out of the darkness
Turn 
          out 
                  the light

***

© Eclipse 2008 – 2011

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10 comments on “*An Echoe of Madness*

  1. Karen
    April 1, 2011

    I love that with a theme as whimsical as “silly” you’ve created something beautiful and thought provoking! It’s amazing and very well done!!

  2. Andy
    April 1, 2011

    I agree with Sue Dreamwalker…I too wouldn’t turn off the light.
    Nicely written though.

    (Thanks for stopping by and for the lovely sentiments.)

  3. Sue Dreamwalker
    April 1, 2011

    I would want to keep the light on lol…. Great poem 🙂

  4. Lisa
    April 1, 2011

    Very thought provoking.

    Lisa
    InspiredbyLisa

  5. Shanae Branham
    April 1, 2011

    What a beautiful poem. This does not seem silly at all to me. Very deep.

  6. Torrence Cloude
    March 31, 2011

    Nice. Did you do all the spacing in Word before importing it, or did you do it from your WP dashboard?

  7. Followed you here from Theme Thursday — am intrigued by your “A part of” list.

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