Requiem of a Nobody

Requiem of a Nobody

A Poem by Andrew Nightingale

Some more random poem-journaling


Now I’ve lost it,

I know I can kill.

Twist my fate,

Control my will.

I’ve lost my soul

Damn the facts

Because I’m ripping wings

Off of angel’s backs.

Who am I now?

An empty shell.

No will, no heart,

Save me somehow!

Neither heaven nor hell

Wants a Nobody like me

In a world that never was

God please set me free

And I wait in the Abyss

Chained deep in the Night.

I’m a Nobody, possessed

Damned to cry in the moonlight.

© 2012 Andrew Nightingale

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Added on September 25, 2012
Last Updated on September 25, 2012
Tags: requiem, of, a, nobody, asriel, nightingale, poetry


Andrew Nightingale
Andrew Nightingale


I love to write obviously. I love wrting fantasy fiction, romance, mystery, and sci-fi short story and novels. I also love poetry and everything in between. I am perfectly open to new ideas and people.. more..