White rain was the illusive visions of hardened question;
pelting upon my quiet heart like the acidic poison of decay.
Crawling from the ebony dredge of nightfall’s torrent,
there were the fatal footprints of a doorways unbroken threshold.
Locks of ill thought demise lay strewn upon memories venom calling;
crushed beneath the toxic shades of truth now forever destroyed.
Drowning inside corruptions harried storms of iniquity;
sorrows weight carried the silent voices of hidden truth.
Seeking to know the wasting decadence of sought trespass,
inquiring these unwanted faces buried within harnessed deceit;
I seen revulsions lethal grip of noxious abandons suffrage;
incessantly peering within the harrowing trench of fears misleading voices.
Rising from the haunted gallows of confounding silence,
my aching soul shouted out loud for deliverance to hear;
“Whom pillages this vile lasso of engraved falsity carried by mendacity?”
“Who is this unspeakable presence of vexations trespassing witness?”
Do I deceive the core of myself from the reality of a tormentors camouflage;
wearing infuriate pretense behind their duplicitous mask of challenges seed?
Why must I look beneath the perfidious stones of betrayals seditions;
wasted like the barren fallows of a lost soul incessantly searching?
My exhausted spirit walks the planted fields of desolations fated promises;
trying to understand the significance of their badger’s mislaid mask.
I need to see through the concealed facade of white rains illusive visions;
secreting the cloaked horror of a suppressed child’s unballasted past…
Yet trepidations are hidden gallows, chiseled like secret insufferable scars;
pelting with the insurgence of upheavals revelations;
listening to the many vociferous chambers of a wounded heart’s buried memories;
disquieting me to feel foreboding presence…like the acidic poison of silent decay…
(Written: June 11 th, 2009 8:54 a/m)
In Joy, In Peace, In Grace, In Harmony of Love
Embraced ~ Embrassé
poétesse d'amour ~ poétesse romantique
Copyright© 2009 Poetess Victoria L. McColley