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Confusion’s Rains (poem)

Updated on May 1, 2015

What was it they saw the other night

That brought the couple back to moments dear

From emptiness of yet another tear

As kisses faded to yet one more fight


A fog replaced night’s clarity with fear

Foreboding feelings took control of light

As couple’s fists prepared a plot ignite

Confusion’s rains would make the world unclear


Then suddenly all sight was painted red

And dim light flowed from shadows gone amiss


Teardrops mixed with blood someone had shed

As silent screams would fall into abyss


When morning came to grace familiar bed

It found the couple locked within a kiss

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      Shauna L Bowling 2 years ago from Central Florida

      Dark and beautiful at the same time, Martin.