tormented chains

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Status: Finished  |  Genre: Poetry  |  House: Booksie Classic

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Tormented Chains

 

These pastel ashes have finally risen

This violent storm has passed

The sky has been torn open

As if the clouds were made of glass

 

The stars have jagged edges

The room is a swirl of blue

All thats left is disgusting smudges

That leave a painful hue

 

The stars have shattered on the cement

The breaking sound cuts through the night

The moon seems distorted and bent

The bursting stars seems so bright

 

My heart screams but no words can be heard

Its only a mere whisper at first

My vocals are dodgy like a bird

The fire begins to burst

 

I will love you forever even in this hell

Shackled by tormented chains

Grieving in this one room cell

The weeping heart strains

 

I wish i could feel your hands on mine

Hear your heartbeat thru this chaos

Sip this burgandy wine

And completely get lost

 

Our love moves under these skies

It mends the holes throughout the heavens

It replenishes the clouds as it flies

As the moon just sits there and grins

 

It beckons to the tired soul

Its mends all that is broken

It makes me utterly whole

And your soul is my rarest token

 

Amber piercy

Dec 1st 2020

 


Submitted: January 19, 2021

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Penny Scribe

I love the imagery in your poem amber. It is captivating and quite expressive. Well done.

Tue, January 19th, 2021 4:09pm

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Thank u so much i appreciate that

Wed, February 17th, 2021 2:33am

Bert Broomberg

I enjoyed reading this poem.

Tue, January 19th, 2021 4:46pm

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