Spectre

Spectre

A Poem by KeeD

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Spectre beyond the horizon

The familiar voice in my head

An enchanting sort of poison

Kickstarting a heart that's dead

 

Invoking a phantom of memories

Drowning in galactic tides

Resurfacing after centuries

Yet my heart still hides

 

Apparition set precedence

In converting my mortal soul

Make my vessel your residence

Take my body under your control

 

Be the ghost that guides me

Deep in the dark, through your light

My phantasm, set me free

From loves confusing fight



© 2017 KeeD



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"Make my vessel your residence
Take my body under your control"

Great line. Good write. Where have you been?

Posted 1 Month Ago


wonderful use of word weaving. i adored the fantastical, imagery of longing...
very creative use of a common topic.

pleasing meter, very lyrical.



Posted 1 Month Ago


Hey poetry at its best by an artist. thanks for sharing.

Posted 1 Month Ago


The poem spoke to me more about the Self and how the Self can be a saviour against the destructive vibes of a bad love. The first verse has an elating effect with the enchanting poison. In the second verse, the phantoms of centuries old memories could be of my own soul recycled through many births. The third and fourth verses could be I asking my powerful, mystical Self to prevail upon all thats dark and to be my guiding light. I am convinced all answers one seeks, lie within the Self.

A very thought provoking poem Keegan and I admire the way you maintain the form and structure of a poem in the face of the most difficult subject.

Posted 1 Month Ago


KeeD

1 Month Ago

I love the way you interpreted this piece, thanks for an amazing review Divya
DIVYA

1 Month Ago

Related a lot with the write! You are welcome Keegan.
i am not sure we can ever escape love---or the ghosts of love, i think we just learn to live with them, and not be so scared----
love the analogies used here---yes, make body your abode---you will whether i want you to or not.

nicely done, Kee--

j.

Posted 1 Month Ago


KeeD

1 Month Ago

You get it jacob, thank you for the amazing review
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Zoe
Ooh...A dream in a dream. Reads like magic. Is magic. Loved the second stanza especially. Great fantasy!

Posted 1 Month Ago


KeeD

1 Month Ago

Thanks for the review Zoe, much appreciated :)

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KeeD
KeeD

Mumbai, India, India



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Hey i'm Kee, 27 years old and come from the culturally blessed land of India. I'm an amateur poet at best and I spill my writes out to music and current emotion. Leave a review and I'll be happy to re.. more..

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