orange/black/red

orange/black/red

A Poem by nostal
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night-time poetry.

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pixel orange bursts
on a black plain
blackened by the still night;
building front orange aura
and flimsy cups to counter
the casted light; an emissary
lit every single one aglow
before I could even look.

there’s an eyeball impaled
by a dagger somewhere in a
dark musty alley; it tries to
look past a film of dried pale
blood, catches the glint
of the blade and sighs

© 2014 nostal


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nostal
long time no write

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Rye
Love your last stanza,
this is very good. enjoyed

Posted 3 Years Ago


What a beautiful yet haunting piece. Great job!

Posted 7 Years Ago



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Added on March 7, 2014
Last Updated on March 7, 2014
Tags: poem, poetry, night, orange

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Been here since 2007. 16. I dig ambient soundscape music and often write while listening to Boards of Canada or Aphex Twin. Don't be afraid to offer serious constructive criticism, for I take .. more..

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