Dead Silence

By , Red Lion, PA
There's a dead silence in the air,
A soft, warm wind blowing my hair.
And yet, through such beauty and peace I feel it,
Haunts the loneliness, no escape to appeal it.

Now recently my poems have just been mellow and gray,
Guess I'm just drifting by wishing the empty hole would go away.
All I can do is care about the ones around me,
When the spotlight shines on me I stumble blindly. (<haha already used that in "Love Bubbles". Crap.)

So please someone wisp me away and fill me up,
Kiss my lips and let the love overfill in my cup.
Lately I'm so numb - hold me to let me feel,
Only reassuring me that this distress isn't real.

There's a dead silence in the air,
A soft, warm wind blowing my hair.
Letting nature being one and one with me,
Whether it be something I touch or something I see.

Yes I see you - and I yearn for your touch,
When my mind's gone astray - you're my mind's clutch.
For you've never hurt me nor broken a bone,
The gentle of your heart, as smooth as a stone.

Sometimes you know me better than I know myself,
Whether it be mental or physical - you're the cure for my health.
We've made it through rough times, but always escaping strong,
Only you unknowingly do care where I belong.

Yes, there's a dead silence in the air,
A soft, warm wind blowing my hair.
I hope in you I can forever invest my trust,
For I could never say "Thank You" enough.





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