Author: Rick Ryckman
I will hold tightly the silence that lingers.
Do not shout or whisper your bludgeoning.
The dreary darkness continues to drag slowly.
The years of my winter are suffocating.
Torment reins supreme in the black mist lurking.
The beast is not in disguise.
Seduction steals across my mind.
Trying to escape my incarceration.
Raging against the restraints in my cage.
The rain is pouring down flooding.
Till the end of time misery still smears.
Comments on this poem/writing:
|frances (22.214.171.124) -- Wednesday, January 24 2007, 11:46 pm|
this is one I can identify with...many hard lessons in life ,, but they were just that lessons...I learned from them...seems to me you feel the same as I do...keep writing you are good
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