Hollow Reality…

Can you imagine
An empty room,
Walls are closing in
There’s an eerie whisper,
Sanity you’re chasing,
Drifting in and out
Of dreams,
Yet nothing’s clear
Nothing’s vibrant,
A room filled of pain
Filled of sorrow
But completely silent.
Walls are screaming
And the ceilings
Start bleeding,
The soul sinks
Deeper and deeper,
As the mind rethinks,
You’re drifting
Further & further away,
No one can reach you
Or show you the way.
You’re searching for light
In this darkness,
To rid these shadows
That made you hollow,
These shadows
That turned you
Heartless.

K

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21 Responses to Hollow Reality…

  1. Wow! Your poetry has gotten better and better since I first started reading your blog. This one in particular seriously pulled me in. At the end there, I even felt a response jumping into me, something along the lines of: I wasn’t broken in shadows, but in light.

    Hey, do you mind if I write a sort of response poem from that bit I just typed there? I’m asking because I don’t want to step on your toes or anything.

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  2. Simon says:

    You always write so powerfully.

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  3. mandibelle16 says:

    Sometimes it’s darkest before the dawn (I think the saying goes) and light in the end, always prevails. No matter that the shadows hurt, that there is pain in this dark fairytale, it will pass because in the end, darkness cannot penetrate light. Also wanted to note for you and not trying to be a grammar nazi or anything like that but a few times you use ‘your’ instead of ‘you’re’. It’s an easy mistake to make so no biggie.

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  4. EDC Writing says:

    I can’t imagine, but do believe you have a heart and it’s a good one…

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  5. A dark piece that made me stop and think, of all I have to be grateful for.

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  6. A dark piece that made me stop and reflect on what I have to be grateful for

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  8. Jessi says:

    I could actual feel myself falling into emptiness and hollow space as I was reading this. Magnificent! So arresting, I love this piece and can’t wait to gobble up more of your writing!

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