Category Archives: dark poetry
CLICK the link and read the best of DARK Poetry from the last 18 months from around the world. Enjoy. DEMONS, by Casiar Meloy http://wildsoundfestivalreview.com/2015/10/30/demons-poetry-by-casiar-meloy/ CHAOTIC SIMPLICITY, by Kelly Rice http://wildsoundfestivalreview.com/2015/11/07/chaotic-simplicity-poetry-by-kelly-rice/ HAPPY, by Samrat Rudra https://wildsoundfestivalreview.com/2017/01/30/happy-poetry-by-samrat-rudra/ THE PLAYGROUND, by Phillip … Continue reading
She stared at it a carbon copy of herself stared back smiling exposing it’s horrible jagged teeth and a dead expression Continue reading
in lavish masks, Continue reading
birth family childhood friendship learn explore
adult love sex family children parent
dreams build break broken torn
tears anger fight affliction Continue reading
Despair and longing shredded his soul as he silently gazed upon the family he once had
Pain smoldered and cut through his heart like a knife causing an ache as rememberance flung him into a dark hole cold to the touch shuddering as if very sad Continue reading
Monuments of tired eyes
wall up before my face.
collapsing ranks of sane and civil thought
leave violence in their place. Continue reading
There is me, and than there is you,
Two fools who happened to cross paths,
And find stability in the utter chaos around us.
I found you, in the coldest part of my heart,
While you craved the darkness you sought in me.
So I’ll use you to ease into the noise of my cluttered mind, Continue reading
Standing in the ashes of my sorry I dream of what could have been.
Looking at the grey and black I wonder about what came first and last.
How it would have been if I spoke or remained silent a little longer.
What this moment might have looked like if I did more or didn’t do.
In this now exist only the scarred and broken remains of what if?
Touching the torched wood of our togetherness, it crumbles to nothing. Continue reading