Nightmares of You

Nightmares of You

A Poem by Stefano Ianiro

I can envision you inside this mercury filled trance

Calming and controllably you cast a glance

To my recognition, This dream is finally complete

If I wandered, Synchronized to your words

Arrays of pink and blue will wrap around us two

Like injections of love and controversy

Someone will be there to take you away from me

I won’t let them leave with you and I,

Cause our veins can’t take any more suffering 

With an overdose of lust excessively poured over us

We can believe anything thats said, But not meant

Things that have significance, And things that have bled 

Still in a world of our own, The time is impending 

Moving swiftly, To give us no chance at all

To share who we are, who we’ll be, and who we seek,

If I can just unfreeze and finally get to speak

I could tell you everything I feel during my time with you,

But I was a blink to late on this dream complete

They took you away without leaving a direction or name,

As I stood alone embracing your attenuating image

My vision turns black and white, I don’t want to lose you

The last light in my illusion adjourns, bestowing a scare

I have to be brave and open my eyes, killing this nightmare

© 2010 Stefano Ianiro

My Review

Would you like to review this Poem?
Login | Register


I like this I like the way it isnt structured too much its kinda like watching a cup spill it just sort of flows naturally

Posted 10 Years Ago

Request Read Request
Add to Library My Library
Subscribe Subscribe

Elections are now. Yet Voting Options Very Limited. Chaos and Blame on Wrong Things. Free Article on Election Politics.


1 Review
Added on April 20, 2010
Last Updated on April 20, 2010
Tags: Love, Dream, Nightmare


Stefano Ianiro
Stefano Ianiro

Montreal, Canada

I'm Stefano, 19, Montreal. I love writing, talking, photography, filming, music and on and on it goes. I find dreams far superior than modern day reality. Follow me on Twitter at: @StefanoIaniro more..


A Poem by Stefano Ianiro

Hope Hope

A Poem by Stefano Ianiro