through the grass
a serpent of illusion
turns out to be real
Her glassy skin
reveals thoughts
All wishes
in the deepest chasm
of hearts
Like a mirror
she shines
through the leaves
showing sunrises
and nights
She is horror
She is beauty
Sweetness from dreams
and anguish to fear
She is a paradox
a tangle of the inexplicable
then again
just obviousness of life
The mirror of the heart
A danger
or a solace
All depends
on the owner’s soul


© Eclipse 2012

Image by desktopnexus

~ by Eclipse on March 6, 2012.

19 Responses to “*Illusion*”

  1. A familar face.. 🙂 and one that is an old friend… your old image!
    The Illusion is Do we really See this reality?

    Dropping in to say this is another wonderful poem and to wish you a reflective peaceful Sunday
    ~Dreamwalker 🙂 xx Hugs xx

  2. Love it, Eclipse!
    Well I’m really afraid of snakes so I can’t look at the pic for a long time. Sorry!
    But the poem is beautiful!!!! 🙂
    I’ve missed your poetry too.

  3. The owners soul! I just love love that line!!!

    Great intensity in this one!


  4. I too remember this image as you,
    I also notice your head is tilted the same way in your profile photo.
    Lovely poem, perhaps there is a bit of a serpent in us all 😉
    love and hugs,
    Raven xx

    • 🙂 …oh I’ve never thought of that! (It wasn’t intentional at all)
      Thanks for your kind comment Lady Raven
      love & hugs back at you

  5. Yes, I remember the image too. For so long she was you! I too hope all is well with you and that you are heart happy. Your writing is exquisite.

  6. I’ve missed your poetry, you’ve been away for some time! I hope everything is ok at your end!
    I love the new blog theme!

    • Everything’s fine, I was busy with some other every-day stuff and took a little time for painting
      Thank you for your visit and kind words Blaga

  7. ‘Beautiful Eclipse

  8. Yes I like this one a lot
    my great friend Eclipse
    Always such beautiful
    poetry 🙂

    Have a very sweet
    evening Eclipse 🙂

    Androgoth XXx

  9. O, I remember the image … your image … so lovely

  10. Great image, lovely poem!

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