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A Poem by Kate Henderson

Like the darkness in your eyes 
Comes a great sacrifice 
A merciful taunt
In a fluorescent light
A mystical purple tree
In twilight 
A moon crescent in its transcendence 
A silver beacon 
That ignites the night 
Pretty, glistening 
Over the still clouds 
A graveyard delight 
With an iron gate 
Land of living is barred from entry 
Do not trespass 
Are they talking?
Do they not want to be found? 

© 2017 Kate Henderson

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how beautifully written!!!!! ... love this !!!!!

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Added on July 5, 2017
Last Updated on July 30, 2017
Tags: death, dark, introspective


Kate Henderson
Kate Henderson

United Kingdom

Hi, I'm Kate. I write dark poetry. Frequent themes in my poetry seem to be horror, fantasy, darkness, death (and beyond), nature, philosophy, and fear. Thank you for visiting! If you like/dis.. more..

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