Three Hours Ago…

Three hours ago, I watched you fade like the sunset. I watched as the light left your eyes, And your soul left your body abandoned; It left you empty and cold. This world was not meant for you. I somewhat comprehend this, Though my thoughts are turning black. When will I see you again? If we should meet, I pray you’ll remember my face. But … Continue reading Three Hours Ago…

Echo

The long and winding road is dark; It’s so hard for us to see, All the twists and bends that carry us, Past opportunity. Remember all the things you’ve done, The places that you have been. There’s a mirror in the bedroom, Staring back at what we’ve seen. This Mister Michael Myers, Devil kissed, marks me with fear. I’ve suffered quite a lot this month; You’ve … Continue reading Echo

The dragon of the lake

Beneath the roaring rivers deep, There lives a shining son; There he rests and comes to sleep, From battles lost and won. A fire brews below the sea, One ancient, like the dark. His flame will burn through any shield, In just a single spark. Fall on your sword or run for life; You’ll find no mercy here. A dragon does not care for strife, … Continue reading The dragon of the lake

Something More

The night birds gather like clouds to a storm, Their many faces still teaming with life. Abstract neighbourhoods gather in anticipation; We await the arrival of a king. His speed bewilders us kindly; His grace is something else; Something more. He fills us with a childlike ambition, To take off and fly beyond the stars, Without any help from modern aircraft. That feeling of standing on … Continue reading Something More

Sunday Sonnet: The picture in my mind

Whisper me your songs of love, And lose yourself in me. Let loose your flying turtle dove; Rejoice in what we’ll be. To honour your is all I ask; To keep you warm and safe. I alone will man this task, For the memory we create. For all of time, I shall remain, Deeply in your heart. You remove my every pain; You make my beating start. I’ll hold … Continue reading Sunday Sonnet: The picture in my mind