Gaia’s Dragon

Gaia’s Dragon

A Poem by Christopher 'Windstorm' Kells

A nights muse


Gaia’s Dragon

By Windstorm Kells ©2013





Noises, Gods the noises

Singing to heart full of hate

Spring thaw feelings return

Understand to stand tall

Spiraling into pain

Cleanse a spirit torn

Two steps ahead and one behind

Free from the punishments


A wounded child seeks

The cure of sanity, suddenly speaks

Wayward voices beckon

Wary thoughts in green smoke


Voices speak within

I cipher but a few uncloudy

Clear as rain screams from within

A voyager of learning


Come to me understand

Journey the darkness to see the light

Stars flicker as memories live on

Words ripple from a fingers touch


As the flames begin to grow

Words stir in the mind

Solace granted only glimpses

Hearing the words whisper me to sleep


Moonbeams dance

As the sun sets on this year

Celebrations gather

The wheel turns ever on


© 2013 Christopher 'Windstorm' Kells

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I like your style. The lines are mixed but, after reading it a few times, I got the gist of what the poem is about. Great job! I hope to see more!

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Christopher 'Windstorm' Kells
Christopher 'Windstorm' Kells

Eugene , OR

As the wheel of time goes ever on, we change we learn and we shine, i am thankful this year for many reasons, i am 35 this year, so i look forward to an exciting year, with new friends, old acquainta.. more..