Poem: Misguided Sense

Silence fills around, deafening those few left as eyes see only
The glistening reflection of someone no longer there

Their words echoe across the void bouncing from tongue
To tongue as the only ears that matter drowns them out

Smiling lips dripping blood red tears down a chin are hidden from
Pryings coated in layer upon layer of brown poison

Shrill warnings splinter the air piercing what remains
Of the familiar drum beat until nothing remains in the blank

What once was feared has now replaced all others
As the trusted confidant – loneliness

July 31st 2012

Note: I haven’t written any poetry (possibly anything actually aside odd blog entries) since April.

~ Persephone M

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