HURRICANE DONE

Click thumbnail to view full-size

Words of shallow psychopathic thought~

Selfish from the start~

A hurricane head trip of craziness~

Will always keep us apart.

Japanese Maple Tree shocking with fiery leaves~

Against the fog filled dreary day as the hurricane draws near~

I ache with pain as sadness~

Comes from realistic fear!

Click thumbnail to view full-size

Yes eight years have passed~

Than one hopeful long year has now gone by too~

The grey clouds blend muted~

Against the soot colored sky, my eyes have dried now, my tears few.

The wind is wet with misty rain~

There is no sun to brighten my eyes~

Silence but for the furious wind with the cracking of the occasional limbs~

Is maddening as deserted I feel, numb, with not much left to cry.

Click thumbnail to view full-size

There are those that step up to the plate~

Whom do what is right at least before the end of their days~

Yet alas most of the trees that blow hard bent in this storm~

Are mostly old ones that now violently sway, as your time is up at a locked gate.

No birds to be seen~

Not an animal in sight~

Yet dialing your number comes once again into my mind~

I quickly brush it away, as my thoughts are forced to take another flight.

On and off we were~

With the same issues we do at least concur~

I see the surroundings one way~

While you another, I am caught perpetually in now a downpour afraid to even stir.

As the pavement I walk upon~

My heart feels raw, dampened by the cold~

The gale is there coming closer and closer~

I cringe, feeling as though my soul could just fold.

Click thumbnail to view full-size

Distance there is now between I and the tall evergreens~

While you are never here, alone I am my Dear~

I yearn for saplings to spurt from the leaf covered forest floor~

My youth slipping away as time goes by its stole, I am helpless my way to even steer.

My hope doth wane~

At times my faith diminishes with despair~

A stretched out hurricane threatens to wipe out all~

I am reminded that GOD never said life would be fair.

When that mournful reality night did come~

I said my deepest feelings I have suppressed deep, deep down~

The darkness over took the light~

Yet an endless giving spirit was all that in me was found.

While two wines in me~

I voiced the words late in the darkest of times~

They babbled out of me like they really weren’t mine~

I than blocked it out by focusing intently on the white birch that stayed more motionless~ From its leaves all spilt; I grow more tranquil with this find a suppressed fit.

May the truth be told~

I hold you to blame~

You are the broken tree limb that should had healed in place~

But no you wished to be on your own being thirsty for pointless fame!

Yet you never understood~

Or if so admitted you never would~

Like the sodden rock that is too heavy to be in arms way of the hurricane~

You have been stubborn on your sopping soaked ground you have always stood!

Tiz now too late~

Your friendship is understated~

I begged for your attention as thee showery rain halted~

Like the sun on this drizzly windy day, you had never the time as I always politely waited with dismay.

There shall be only quietness now~

My heart as the years of duration is now still broken~

The hurricane has come and went~

As it has done much damage to the trees, washed out the path and left my being as only a token in a latent aftermath breeze.

Words of shallow psychopathic thought~

Selfish from the start~

A hurricane head trip of craziness~

Will always keep us apart.

By

Lisa J. Warner

AKA

Lisa Luv

CopyRight10/27 /2012@LisaLuvLLC

AllRightsReservedByLisaJ.Warner

More by this Author

  • Evening Has Come
    1

    Evening time has come~ Before us the setting sun~ Rest will be with us~ As GOD draws us in slumber to be ONE…


Comments

No comments yet.

    Sign in or sign up and post using a HubPages Network account.

    0 of 8192 characters used
    Post Comment

    No HTML is allowed in comments, but URLs will be hyperlinked. Comments are not for promoting your articles or other sites.


    Click to Rate This Article
    working