Blackness

Blackness

A Poem by Soren

In a fitful fight I spent the night

All my dreams stolen

Another day come, all is done

Body tired, thoughts bruised and swollen

Kidnapped and bound, helpless found

At your mercy in every way

My sacrificial soul has paid the toll

Only now to be thrown away

In the depths of this hell there is a well

From which ink is drawn

On memory’s wall delusions I scrawl

Now that you are gone

The tears I cry make this dye

From your image eternal

Without love, no heaven above

Immortality’s infernal

Raging out of control my bleeding soul

Tears loose the blemished page

But there’s nothing I can do, the memory has bled through

I’m tattooed with your image

For this there’s no aid, the dye won’t fade

I can’t erase you from my mind

It’s bittersweet stain does remain

No antidote can I find

As an attempt the venom to vent

This poem was written

But loves illusion has no solution

When ones heart is smitten

© 2022 Soren


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Love the last 5 lines in this write, this is amazing

Posted 6 Days Ago


As an attempt the venom to vent
This poem was written
But loves illusion has no solution
When ones heart is smitten

really love this part, this is so good, love the rhyme scheme and flow.

Posted 1 Week Ago


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Ada
Interesting rhyme poem about loves heartache. You pack in many themes.

Posted 1 Week Ago


1 of 1 people found this review constructive.

a truthful write so nicely written and expressed

Posted 1 Week Ago


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Soren

1 Week Ago

Thank you for reviewing my poem. I appreciate your comment
it is so true. Love will forever change you once touched by it. And in the memories you make from that love reside the scars that will one day take root once that love is gone.

Posted 1 Week Ago


Soren

1 Week Ago

Thank you for your review I appreciate your comment

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A Poem by Soren