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From the Pocket of a Dream

* L is for Life*

And yet the light so close to the same darkness
and at times even worse
solitude known by the hounds of time to its deadly heart
and maybe the nights grew to a love and life became the demon
but none to the victory where there are no strength
to wishes of the beauty of love and happiness
but so numb by time moving past any return
to where the fear lay of the lost as time take it all away
and yet the love of the dream all I ever wished to live for
a life of love and happiness within a tale
The embrace all around full darkness
pulling the soul away from earthly sense
painting it all black and forbidden
by too dark reality poluting the dream
Even though the heart screams for love
but by dark walls became so silent
Yet my door left open trying to capture the light
to where the fight within the darkness and light
unto death and life the will and worth of the time itself
when the change hold both darkness and light
to where fear of loosing kept unto both ways
as yet another night passes by meeting the day

***
by The Poet Stefan

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6 comments on “* L is for Life*

  1. Sharp Little Pencil
    April 6, 2011

    This meditation on darkness and light is very good writing and kept my attention right to the end.

    Your writing is complex, lush, and so worth the reading. Thanks for posting to ABC Weds, or I might not have found you! Amy Barlow Liberatore
    My take is political: http://sharplittlepencil.wordpress.com/2011/04/06/loud-lecherous-legislators-abc-wednesday/

    • eclipseofthemoon
      April 7, 2011

      Thank you very much for your visit Sharp Little Pencil 🙂 I’ll pass your kind comment to the author.

  2. Roger Green
    April 6, 2011

    a regular, and eternal struggle – ROG, ABC Wednesday team

  3. cat
    April 6, 2011

    …The embrace all around full darkness
    pulling the soul away from earthly sense
    painting it all black and forbidden … the sweetest part of the poem, I think … Love, c.

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