Midnight Whispers

Midnight Whispers

A Poem by TheUnforgivinFallenAngel

I've been dragged deep, far away,
She was never meant to hurt me, not this way.
I was blinded by the moon and shadows made by the light,
Now i'm not here anymore, she took me with the night.
I called out to you but my words were unspoken,
And when she called me the silence was broken.

All I have is midnight Whispers, calling me now she can't reach me anymore.

I can't breathe, I can't find peace,
I am all alone left with his secrets.
And now the dark waters cover me whole,
I can't fight back because I have become the sorrow.
My life is an echo of what he wanted to believe,
She held me under until I learned not to breathe.

Now all I hear is Midnight Whispers, calling me now she can't reach me anymore.

And it turned still and I cried into the night,
Into nothing...into nothing...just like she wanted

© 2011 TheUnforgivinFallenAngel


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nice. nice

Posted 8 Years Ago


Beautiful.

Posted 8 Years Ago


omg... your amazing

Posted 8 Years Ago


This is so emotional! I absolutely love it, great job! :)

Posted 8 Years Ago


I feel the emotion ooze through the words as I read it. Wonderful passion through the poem. Great write! :)

~Lizzard~

Posted 8 Years Ago


i think you have something on your mind when u wrote this

Posted 8 Years Ago


I find this poem pretty original! I really like this line: 'I was blinded by the moon and shadows made by the light'. Nice job!

Posted 8 Years Ago


Again, I wonder whose secrets it is you are keeping. Is it literally the secrets of the midnight whispers? There is a sense that this girl or woman has dominance over the poet voice, 'learned' almost suggests a teacher/pupil relationship in that one is in authority while the other is the learner.

Posted 8 Years Ago



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