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WHISPERS ON THE BREEZE

Updated on July 1, 2013

Somewhere along the rainbow

I slipped and lost my way,

caught amongst the tepid blue

enveloped in clouds of grey.

Springtime steps asunder

as windless thrusts prevail,

crooked smiles that blunder

ideas are forced to fail.

A common place is misery

as love unties the swell,

moonshine frosts delivery

melting on the gates of hell.

Can I play with madness

a song that's all to real,

engulfed in waves of sadness

depends on how I feel.

Pain is just an emotion

that smites the smile to freeze,

lost thoughts become a notion,

and whisper with the breeze.

Do you want to remember

or like me just wish to forget,

a love that was once so tender,

but now you just regret.

Stagger past uncertainty

amidst the truth you seek,

feelings of misplaced empathy

frozen tears that want to leak.

Somewhere there is a nightmare

seeking sleep to steal,

decaying images that only share

terrors that seem so real.

Passion tries to hold me

as restless voices shout,

reflections of another see

to where you left your doubt.

Crying laughter swallows all

beneath the sun turns black,

lost souls alone seem so small

when there's no one at your back.

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    Mark Hodges 5 years ago from Birmingham UK

    Thankyou and welcome to hubpages

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    Tara Miller 5 years ago from Port Charlotte, FL

    Your poem is beautiful!

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    Jamie 6 years ago

    Very nice mark, hugsxxxxx

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    mljdgulley354 6 years ago

    Loneliness speaks through your poem. Voted up and awesome