Diamond Dust

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I hear the churchyard bell sound

Cobwebs trap my fingers

The scarlet cord tightens

Angels look away

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Red rivets of choice

Windows of consequence

Close the narrow time

Suspended acceptance

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Just a sigh

A wavering gaze

Enter an obscure paradise

Unnoticed

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Silent moments

Tranquil night

The passing emerald of day

Diamond dust descending.

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Written for Theme Thursday 

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2 Responses to Diamond Dust

  1. Excellently written. Enjoyed this.

  2. mrsupole says:

    Oh how I wish sleep would come so easily upon me. Only since I have been sick for the last month has sleep been so easy to come by. I can be watching TV and I just pass out. Then I will wake up later with the TV still on and not even remember falling asleep. I have even been in the middle of writing a comment and wake up a bit later and have pages of just one letter going on and on in the comment section. Good thing I do not hit the publish button while I am in la la land. I feel like someone who has a sleeping disease. In a way it is great for me since normally I suffer from insomnia and this sleeping so much is truly wonderful except that I wake up and I am still tired. It is getting a little better.

    I really like this poem and had to read it a few times and each time saw something different. I like poems that make me think.

    Thanks so much for sharing this with us for this weeks Theme Thursday. Hope you are having a restful weekend.

    God bless.

Thank you for reading my poems. Please don't feel you have to comment. I enjoyed writing them, I hope you enjoyed reading them, Be blessed.

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