EclipseOfTheMoon

From the Pocket of a Dream

*Land Of Mirrors*

Let me take you there
To my land of sadness
Where the drops of grief
tenaciously
each night fall down like silver dew
without a sound

Let me take you to my land of joy
Where the velvet pillow of darkness
sometimes
gets pierced by gentle rays of moonlight
creating memories
Non existing paintings on my canvas
Illusions of delight

Give me your hand
I’ll guide you over the icy lake of emotions
and make sure it won’t give way
Hold tight lest you not stumble
upon the harsh roots under your feet
These fraudulent little monsters of deceit
lurking along this way

Let me take you there
To my world of light
To the land of mirrors beyond the horizon
A place of contradiction
Where nights take away shadows from faces
and make distress bearable
Where roses are faded
yet their scent so irresistibly lusty

Dare to follow one pathway made of tears
leading into the heart of my smiling forest
Only through a passage of pain
we may enter the world of love

***

© Eclipse 2012

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7 comments on “*Land Of Mirrors*

  1. Daniela
    July 10, 2012

    I love this poem … passages of pain are indeed predecessors to love.

    Thank you
    Daniela

    • Eclipse
      July 10, 2012

      Many thanks for your visit and kind comment dear Daniela! So nice to “see” you over here 🙂

  2. marciento
    March 5, 2012

    Hello! I wish you successful week!

  3. Daydreamertoo
    February 28, 2012

    But, as with all things, we need dark and light for balance. To live in peace without the torment and inner turmoil would be a wonderful thing.
    Fabulous write.

  4. Raven of Leyla
    February 28, 2012

    A world of love would be so full of Light my heart would break with joy!!!
    warm feathery,
    Raven

  5. cat.
    February 27, 2012

    People are afraid of enduring the turmol and pain, as there are many drugs to numb the pain. Numbing is not overcoming though. Great post, my friend … Love, cat

  6. Martin
    February 27, 2012

    It sounds most dreamy and wonderful but real to me. What a tempting wonderful land you take us to.

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