Moonlight Metamorphesis

Moonlight Metamorphesis

A Poem by Michael William Fowler

Wow this ones really old, I'm Glad my writing got wiped out I'm finding all these really old works. Uhhh best i can do to describe this one would be that i obviously had a crush on 'Alliteration' . . .I wanted its babies . . . Either that or I just i



Down, drowning in dizzying displays of disillusion, Depicted directly by deformed desperation,



            destitute for disaster.


                                      immoral infatuation. . .


Falling and failing, feeling felonious within a fortressed mind.  Feeding fast on fictitious fabricated fallacies, formulating within a fortressed desire.


A desire…?


My desire…?


I desire?


I desire.


Moonlight metamorphoses, transcending and truncating my tortured temper,


Tempest in my head,

Squall in my heart.

I hold back.

© 2008 Michael William Fowler

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Added on August 5, 2008