Inferno.

By Dreamless








I lie in wait

for just a thought;

just a spark

of me to cross your

crowded, clouded mind

For an hour, a minute, a second

I want to light a fire in your soul

That ignites the sheets

and sets your imagination ablaze

When you're exhausted

and the inferno dies out --

While you're smoldering and finally

you are...

extinguished,

I can die happily,

choking on the smoke from you burning











for me.






 

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Copyright 2016 Dreamless
Published on Thursday, March 17, 2016.     Filed under: "Poetry"

Author's Note:

Stupid emotional shit.
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  • DPRK On Saturday, January 21, 2017, DPRK (18)By person wrote:

    Poetic immolation! Awesome!

  • Star On Thursday, March 17, 2016, Star (1320)By person wrote:

    I agree with two of the comments. the last stanza is beyond great. i loved this piece.

  • Void Vortex On Thursday, March 17, 2016, Void Vortex (329)By person wrote:

    Lovely silken piece Dreamless! Love saturates every line. The emotion expressed was originally conveyed. Much enjoyed :)

  • soul_versing On Thursday, March 17, 2016, soul_versing (1269)By person wrote:

    I find your stupid emotional shit (thoughts) to be sexy. Great piece, from open to end... And I particularly loved the final stanza. I love genuine pieces that come from personal experience through life's unfair circumstances. ...exhales the charred ashes... -Smiles&Hugs Scholar

  • Queazenart On Wednesday, March 16, 2016, Queazenart (250)By person wrote:

    oooooooo how saucy :3 I can dig it.

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