When night fallsAnd Insomnia callsMy eyes closeBut my mind flows.I stare into the darknessAnd think about this madnessIt’s going to be a long night son.Solomon.
Ridges of snow. White is beauty In an ugly world. -Solomon-
Then I read a BIBLE
LOVE had to be crucified so we all could live.
Thorns to the neck, he bled
Carried our cross instead
Then nailed to it like a thief
A wild dog, A worthless being.
One by one the nails went deep
Deep in the hands and feet.
And LOVE looked us all in the eye
Forgave our sins, our dirty sins.
And breathed his last.
‘Moonlight’ The tall dark slender shadows The contrast between deep and shallow Chirping crickets, death’s silence Remind me that never shall I be in your presence Maybe in the afterlife…… ‘Starlight’ The tiny little silverlings that line the sky The breeze on clear nights, the air so dry The depth, the distance between IsContinue reading “LIGHTS”
For karma holds has a different agenda.
One where we don’t write our story but only read it.
An agenda only the Force can change.
Leaves once green and succulent, Now dry and brown. One by one they fall, Only for the wind to carry round and round. And in the storm those leaves float Hoping to find self, hoping to find you. The joys that fill the cups of this world, Only empty the cup that is this heart.Continue reading “Falling Leaves Of Sadness”
But my promise is that I’ll wait.
And slowly undress those layers.
And when our souls are finally naked,
The stars will dance to the tune of this love
Why don’t the stars remind me of the beauty that is life?
Why I crave for a love so far away.
Why I long for warm embrace.
And why it all seems so far away!
I see the storms forming above;
Yet fear I see not in your eyes.
By the day you face the darkest of fears
And the wait by night as the pain dries.
In you a ruthless Viking I see,
I see footprints all over this valley of tears.
With these words rose the sun,
The scintillating rays penetrating this dense canopy
Shining a beautiful gold upon these dark times
And as the ants came out of their hills,
The breeze in the air was gay and clear.