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hole.
by Alexandre J Arnau
Monday, February 19, 2007
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there is a crack
in things


there lies a
fracture
in the way of things


there is this hole
in my heart
where the misery
pours out


where every breath
of free air
is filled with the smell
of souls
decaying
around me


their greedy fingers
move the fog like
basement webs
as they tear at my
eyes


every step
amongst the dead
every dance
through the drooling
gibbering
crowds
drives ever closer
to red madness


and there is a hole
in my heart
where the misery
pours out


i can hear them
speaking at me
screeching
howling
death rattles
i stuff my ears
with memories of
better days
before i begin
to howl back


nothing is right
anymore
nothing is clean
anymore
nothingness grows
until nothing
becomes all


drown all the children


burn all the women


rape and mutilate the men


nothing is all


nothing is all


it's only when
the dead finally sleep
and the street has been
hidden
by a blanket of hush
that i can breathe
again


the veil above me
unfolds itself
and those that i love
loved
will love
bathe me
in silver warmth


i weep
when the dawn
comes clawing its way
over the carcass
of my world
the light will bring the dead
and drown me
in madness
again


it is never enough
to fill this hole
in my heart
where the misery
pours from


 


 


 


 

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Reviewed by Mitzi Jackson 2/22/2007
this is really dark and painful
but there is a love that can fill that hole just as if it had never been there....but you got to have faith and believe in it
enjoyed this real-to-life experience here
peace
Reviewed by Sue Hess 2/20/2007
wow, heavy duty,Alexandre...you write so well, no matter what the subject
Reviewed by Karla Dorman, The StormSpinner 2/20/2007
Alexandre,

Nice to read you again.

"Red madness" captured in painful, heartwrending reality. Well done.

(((HUGS))) and love, Karla. :(
Reviewed by richard cederberg 2/20/2007
There will always be misery around us and in us. In this world there will be tribulation and suffering. At times it seems the world, and its hoards, is sliding down a waterslide laced with razor blades.

Your write is despondent, almost debilitatingly so, but it reeks with poetic insight. I suggest another hole where the Light of Truth can offset the daily misery and fill the soul with hope.

Light and Wisdom ...
Reviewed by Candy T (Reader) 2/19/2007
Good Lord! I'm exhausted. However, I can relate. On another note, I've often thought of my mouth as a hole in my soul that is leaking. Go figure.
Reviewed by Rafiriio Daniels 2/19/2007
i truly enjoyed this poem...look forward to reading more....
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