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Throne Of Nothing- Poem about loss

Updated on January 14, 2013

Title: Throne of Nothing

You stitched up my skin

But I was far beyond repair

The scars an eastern harmony

Of modernized despair

With tears that freeze in place

From all the things I’ve seen

You can call me nightmare

A broken, frail fiend

I walk with a limp

Cause the weights too much to bear

The screaming, and shouting, and insanity

Like a scene from yesterday

Replaying visions in my eyes

A single hope, and a million lies

To obtain just one moment

Where things could feel meant to be

You can touch my skin

Feel it fueled and pumped within

Cause sadness has a way of showing

But never allows a way of growing

Cause when sorrow seeps down to the bone

Where broken dreams have their own throne

Where everything is all alone

And alone is all I feel

So reach for my hand, before it’s too frail

Before skin absolves down to the nail

Before I can’t speak, a lost voice

While I still have some form of choice

Just be there…just hold out

Cause standing at my throne of nothing

I'm praying for the end to happen fast

©Sean Monaghan 1/14/2013

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      epigramman 4 years ago

      You write like an old soul who is like a time traveler and yet you convey so well the current world you live in with your poetic feelings with simple but effective lines and beautifully chosen words - hubbravo from the epi-man for this piece . There is always meaningful intent and a story/morale behind everything you write ..... lake erie time 12:47pm and sending you warm wishes and good energy from ontario canada

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      Sean 4 years ago from PA

      Thank you so much sir :) I appreciate it, and I find poetry to be energized story telling ...smaller amount of space to provide a message of your choosing, much of your work has messages behind it, it's what fuels us as writers... I take it as such a compliment that you enjoy my writing.

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