Web of Loneliness Poems

Poems of the Lonely

Vexed


By: D.J.S.

A Love that dances
across spring green fields
like stained glass butterflies.

Petal to petal, petal to blade
blade to stone, then again,
dancing skyward nary a care.

Oh to be there yet and then,
a love so pure surely endures.

Tests of time and sweet
wind chimes made of pine,
from holy hearts less empty.

Yet wishing you could be there
to fill a cavernous void held
within a lost blank stare.

Alas ensnared in loneliness’
incessant cry of silence.

Never to dance under starry sky
again in tender romance.

A head hung to cry tears of
A soul lost to a love made hollow.

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