19 May 2010

She slips into oblivion

Hidden in this new tailspin

Stars flashing before her

Hardly has the strength to stir

Such a pleasent feeling here

When he says I love you dear

She melts herself down some more

Barely shadowed upon the floor


2 Responses to “Oblivion”

  1. Anthony T, said

    Watching love grow and a loved one be drawn away by it isn’t easy, nice piece 🙂 Love as a flame has the capability of warming us or immolating us, it just depends on how much wood is thrown into it http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Y4Q3AqRIKhY

    • Morgan said

      I hadn’t thought of the poem that way…..but I see it now. That’s an interesting view and different subject. Cool. =D Keep reading. You’re awesome, Diamante

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