Tuesday, November 3, 2009

Entry Number 14

ENTRY number 14
~Luina Ashcroft~

the rage of a thunderstorm; a lonely tempest

the sound it echoes through my half full closet
there behind the door are the toys and their lore
the forgotten trophies of dreams left unforged

there I found what was once a war torn diary
unveiling a realm hidden in a sunlit prairie
an endless stretch of meadows breaks the melody
this apathetic solace in an endless raphsody

a shadowy crevasse; a gash to a scar
a silent rain rages to veil a scarlet star
like wishes lost through time and age apart
the labyrinth of endings looking for a start

swooned to these feelings of loss and dismay
only to wake up hopeful in a world of disarray
to be colorful and often at times dull and gray
a paperback novel written in pages everyday

the vividness of tomorrow; an epic struggle today
yesterday's secrets dug to a grave
the rain, the sun, the wind and the moon
witnesses to life, death and the future coming soon

pain is only but a fragment of memories
one in a billion souls living rich or in poverty
or in between; maybe in a place filled with anarchy
in this life; there can only be entropy

to know you is to figure out what went astray
and the world ceased to turn and sway
there can be no holding back in this feelings
the cruel reality will not hinder us from love

There is only a bright line in a sea of darkness
a poisonous wave filled with bitter sadness
crashing into me; when I sail towards you
the storm rages on; drenched in its black residue

A lighthouse ahead, far away from home
to turn back is to be lost to find you and your tune
be my harbor, and I'll be your ship
lets get away from this madness and take a trip

everywhere, anywhere where its just you and me
inside realms in a virtual world of make belief
or outside; I can take you to places we can hide
a place where we can count on to bleed ourselves dry

to walk where you walk, to give what you want
to see you through me; to see what is real
to hope what is done for; all that I could be
to this moment, there can only be infinity


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