Strings by Lady Snape 09
This chained lune was written for Poefusion’s “Monday Mural” prompt. Another foray into the darkness. This might be a bit disturbing, but I hope you enjoy anyway.
This week at Read Write Poem, prompt #41 was “Bare Bones – Stripping the Work Down”. We posted skeletons of our poems – stripped down works with some nouns, verbs, and so forth removed. We invited others to use the skeletons to compose new poems.
This poem seems to be another foray into the darkness. I did this kind of like Mad Libs – that is, I inserted the first word that came to my mind in the blank. I hope you enjoy. Please feel free to comment.
This was written for this week’s Three Word Wednesday prompt. This week’s words are: indifferent, pour, and reason. I decided to do free verse this time. WARNING: This is also one of my more bitter and angry poems. If you are not in the mood to read, I suggest you come back another day. If you’re not scared, read on.
This poem was inspired by the sight of a very awesome site, ChristianGoth.com. Enjoy.
In my soul -
A thousand Hallelujahs.
I walk the catacombs
Where darkness roams
To find my way to the light,
Though I live at the edge of night,
Bearing torches in my heart
For the lonely
Of God and Man. Continue reading
We lent our darkness to the Lord
Long ago –