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All Was Still, All Was Silent ( Conclusion )

Updated on March 8, 2011
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Hell unleashed

    with deathly wings

That part the red sea

    and rain fire

      upon open water

   as it draws ever nearer

to the city,

   no longer asleep


waves are now

  crashing on shores

    without defense

  as the crowds

lose control

   of reason

     and sense,

   giving into panic

and insanity


        fear and despair

    flood the streets

as impending doom

    delivers its first

 taste of chaos

    upon memories

         of caged torment


Time stops

  Lives cease

Constructs disperse

  Into the breeze

Eyes widen

  Screams cut short

Last sights seen

  Before last breath

Born again

  Though this time

He will not submit

  To the hands of men






 An age begins

   As man’s age ends

      A monster breathes

        At our expense



Creation remains

     unaffected

by the end of an atom,

   and undeterred

by the death of Adam


And all was still

    and all was silent...

Once again...



© copyright Ben D.A 2011






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      Jennifer Pena 5 years ago from California

      Hi Ben this poem almost sounds like a sequence of events that happen thrue time but its really good!

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      Nikkij504gurl 6 years ago from Louisiana

      And A new world is ready to be molded. for the destruction to start all over again.

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      BenWritings 6 years ago from Save me from, Tennessee

      Thanks a big ol' bunch Lizzybeth ;]

      thumbs up to you as well

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      Elizabeth99 6 years ago from Milwaukee, WI

      Awesome, I hope you do more of these multiple part poems, I REALLY like them!! :)) I like this one a lot, lots of very good imagery. Thumbs up!!

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      BenWritings 6 years ago from Save me from, Tennessee

      nellie - so very true :] thanks a lot for your approval and comment

      *hug

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      Nellieanna Hay 6 years ago from TEXAS

      Oddly enough, one overriding fact: - an individual dies only once, whether from age, accident, pneumonia galaxies colliding or Earth collapsing. Perhaps we worry for naught if we overly concern ourselves with major calamities. It makes for good box-office proceeds but the undertakers get their pay either way.

      I like the drama you infused into it, Ben. I expected no less of you. It is full of sound and fury - color and high tension. Good story! And you also write of LIFE well!

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      SeenButNotHeard 6 years ago from Michigan

      If the dragon is a rift in the fabric of reality, then I think I get it lol It still seems more like a dimensional problem to me, but it's still a great set of poems, either way :D

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      BenWritings 6 years ago from Save me from, Tennessee

      crysto - thank you

      MOimstead - Haha, thanks for that rhyme! It's funny how you read them out of order though. Try reading all 4 from the beginning, I put links to the next part on the bottom of them. Thanks for the comments :]

      Mentalist - That's cool, my name is Benjamin, also Benji, but I go by Ben haha. Thanks for the comments

      Pooh - WOW, thanks so much :] I had some trouble with the ending, so I waited a couple days for inspiration. I think it turned out pretty good, thanks for that :D

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      Poohgranma 6 years ago from On the edge

      I have to say you've outdone your self with this series and the way you managed to pull it all together in one resounding dark unspeakably horrible end. Sure makes one think and shudder at the possibility. Also makes me really glad I'm out of here before it gets that bad with the promise of Rapture! Great write!

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      Mentalist acer 6 years ago from A Voice in your Mind!

      As someone who's been through a hurricane down here in La. this hits close to home,bravo Ben...by the way my late father's name was Ben as in Benford.;)

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      MOlmstead 6 years ago

      A battle in my mind has been inspired by your rhymes. As guns and fires blaze, I've witnessed society razed. Beyond those wave beaten shores I see the crowds, and looters in the stores. Chaos is their mantra, screaming riot in the streets as the thump of a single atom beats it's final beat. Great job man! Packed with amazing, energetic visuals! Must read the first two parts, but still great!

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      Emma 6 years ago from Houston TX

      I dey feel you. that is a nice one you have here.

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      Randy Behavior 6 years ago from Near the Ocean

      Well to have me captivated and questioning, surely is the best result!

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      BenWritings 6 years ago from Save me from, Tennessee

      randy - I have read your dragon poem. You seem so concerned with what it was...it was Deathwing.

      hope you're satisfied with the conclusion.

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      Randy Behavior 6 years ago from Near the Ocean

      But whaaaaat was it? Ughhhh. Well it has wings maybe its an evil humming bird. Yep I bet thats it... :) p.s. I wrote a poem about a dragon too ya know... mine was a touch different.

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      BenWritings 6 years ago from Save me from, Tennessee

      kylo - you know there's 3 other parts? lol thank you

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      Kylo88 6 years ago from dc

      EPICC!! lol and i love the pictures. this almost remminded me of the movie Deep Inpact. destruction of the world! lol keep writing. i really like this poem! ^^

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