overcast mental weather

Poem by: Maximum Red

Summary

i call this overcast mental weather because that s the exact conditions that bring about a poem like this. a cloud hung over me and i was possessed by a feeling of hollowness.

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Submitted: May 11, 2013

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Submitted: May 11, 2013

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The darkest shadow 
Consumes my soul
Where once was my heart
Now is a hole 
 
The green trees of summer
Dry up in fall
The summer weather
Bows to winters harsh call
 
The world frozen around me 
My heart cannot thaw
Alone and surrounded
Replaying what i saw 
 
In my mind it never ends
Torturing myself
Replaying it again and again
Sending winters chilling breath down my spine 
 
In my isolated tundra
Alone in my despair
Is their someone who can help me
Will anyone even care
 
The darkest shadow
Consumes my soul
Where once was my heart
Now is a hole 


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overcast mental weather

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i call this overcast mental weather because that s the exact conditions that bring about a poem like this. a cloud hung over me and i was possessed by a feeling of hollowness.
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