A Poem by R.A. Youngblood

Laying sleepy in the colored grass,
Between the polished and the faded brass.
Watching the promise of a steely moon,
Listening to the beauty of a fragile tune.

Looking back at the shallow eyes,
Piercing through their bitter disguise.
Raising my voice just to say "go away"
They would follow me even if I went astray.

Amber eyes took the humanoid form,
Like bits of stillness in the agonizing storm.
Don't show me the face of the moonless sea
Unveil me and like a slave set me free.

© 2017 R.A. Youngblood

Author's Note

R.A. Youngblood
This one means alot.

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Love this. I can visualise it with ease

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R.A. Youngblood
R.A. Youngblood

Split, Croatia

My name is Roberta Anić.. I'm from Croatia, so english is my second language. 19. Passionate about art, music and poetry. Feel free to send me a message or something. more..