Voiceless

Voiceless

A Poem by Lovecraft

Straining to hear those ethereal voices, 
Swept upon the eastern winds, velvet,
Light and indecipherable as the air,
Breathing in the sounds of a past,
Lingering and waiting to be heard.

Sorrowful in their emptied hollow,
Desiring to be seen all at once,
Their shells echoing in eternity,
Obfuscating their own reflections.

Settling debts of the blooded,
Learning their current curse.
And knowing no other peace,
Besides those bestowed.











© 2017 Lovecraft



Author's Note

Lovecraft
A short and random poem that I wrote in about 5 minutes. This is a very rough draft. Still adding more to this just unsure as how to proceed. :)

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Added on September 4, 2017
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Tags: Poetry, Poem, Souls, Ghosts

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Lovecraft

Spencerport, NY



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“The oldest and strongest emotion of mankind is fear, and the oldest and strongest kind of fear is fear of the unknown” - H.P. Lovecraft Scientia Potentia Est- Latin- Knowledge is Power.. more..

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