Nocturne

Nocturne

A Poem by MCS



An ominous sound

reverberates in a thunderstorm

drawing forward things best forgotten



~ Toronto skyline 


© 2017 MCS



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A thunderstorm of bitter arguments, leaving words that can so easily scar. Perhaps? The picture adds a heavy cloak of doom, suggesting the pitch of crazed anger. The word 'ominous' is such an expressive word, rolls the tongue - especially if the 'S' is gently lengthened...

Posted 3 Months Ago


MCS

3 Months Ago

All kinds of storms out there. Thank you for reading and sharing.
Thunder bellows, the pulse quickens, and the mind roams the dark hallways of fear and fright. Yes, some things are best forgotten; and some demons are better vanquished head on.

Posted 3 Months Ago


MCS

3 Months Ago

You're bang on with those words. Thanks for reading.
Amazing write. The deftness of hand of mind to elicit such beauty with few words is a talent indeed. A lovely skill you displayed and I scooped it up with a silver spoon and sipped delightedly!

Posted 3 Months Ago


MCS

3 Months Ago

Dawn, thank you so much for those kind words.
A beautiful, haunting image and poem. Thunderstorm's "ominous sound", dredging up unwanted past...dark melody. Love this!

Posted 3 Months Ago


MCS

3 Months Ago

Thank you my friend, you're so kind with your words
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Some memories are best forgotten.

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MCS
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