2 comments on “Mania poems: Hurricane to Rabid Cycle

  1. cool poems i want 2 be a great writer one day 2.

    Cdog replies
    Thanks for the compliment, I too wish to be a great writer one day.
    Stop by any time 🙂

  2. Reblogged this on Cafedog's Canteen and commented:

    a hurricane brews within my head.
    thoughts, thrashing like waves against rock,
    are of the living and the dead.

    A thousand indecisions
    drowned quietly in the waves,
    just then a thunderbolt of urgency
    unexpectedly invades.

    S.O.S I am the admiral of
    this ghost ship that’s sinking…
    the water here is frigid
    and I don’t trust my thinking.

    A hurricane brews inside my head
    my Ghost Ship is tossed and tumbled
    I withdraw my rusted anchor
    from the lonely seabed

    I remember Elliot’s Wasteland
    so baron… so dry…
    I set my mast and sail away
    to where the sea meets the sky

    ———(CR/LF)

    Dream awake for
    what dreams can be
    a blizzard of nothingness..
    flames of desire have arisen
    in me like the first
    sunrise in spring,
    easter is the season of rebirth

    ———(CR/LF)
    Shades drawn… lights dimmed
    The Beast outside has been fed.
    Fade deep into the Armchair…

    Elegant burning within my head:
    The flame upon a vigil candle

    In a draft-less corridor.
    Feeling and daylight make
    Up a waxy fuel.

    Night evanesces into day.
    The hungry beast calls out,
    Like the divine to Lazarus…
    And feeds on Legion’s despair.

    ———- (CR/LF)

    Vague silhouettes flash by when I close my eyes
    Quick images in black & White…
    Thought race fast…
    Flowers burst with color…
    The world is alive…
    ——— (CR/LF )

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