Monday, August 9, 2010

He That Walks The Night

I am he that walks the night
the connoisseur of darkness
always seeking the weak,the old
shadowing lost dreams and hopes

though hidden my face and form
eyes widen as I pass,knowing my purpose
I seek the rotted minds full of hate and fear
come my little ones I am the best at what I do


Amity said...

to be a connoisseur of darkness?

quite deep, i could not connect Melanie...:)

thanks for taking part in my prompt this week...:)

Ramesh Sood said...

Oh, I got a bit scared..what a different and unique take on the prompt..It needs courage and a wonderfully nurtured thinking mind with all the experience in life to be writing like this..there's happiness too in my fear.. awating your visit to my page.. Cassiopeia Rises...long time no see..

Harshad mehta said...

Not me! Stay away.

(But do visit my blog)
Superb Melanie.

Patti said...

Ooo- that was good- edgy!

La Barceloneta said...

Love the imagery!

The Write Girl said...

This is haunting, visually stunning, and riveting. Great writing here Melanie.

Cassiopeia Rises said...

Amity, thanks for reading my poem. My mind always runs to the darkness when I wright poems. My haiku is different. I am talking about death and how it seem to seek all that is feeble and malformed.
Your blog is pure and full of lightness. I wish I could write like that.

Thanks again,

Cassiopeia Rises said...

Ramesh, as always I thank you for stopping by. I guess it is a little scary but then death is the great unknown.


Cassiopeia Rises said...

Harshad, my friend glad you liked my poem. Thanks so much for reading it.
I will be by to read yours.


Cassiopeia Rises said...

Thanks Patti. I do so love dark edgy poems. I am happy that you enjoyed reading it.


Cassiopeia Rises said...

LaB, thank you for your kind comments. I am glad you liked it.


Cassiopeia Rises said...

TWG my friend so good to hear from you. Your comments make me feel talented.Glad you liked it. Much thanks.


Loch Rob said...

A poem full of darkness and hidden thoughts. Quiet visual in the imagery of your words.

Nadege said...

quite haunting.

SandyCarlson said...

I hear and feel the darkness of the pied piper in this one.

Bill Cook said...

Ominous. Suggestive. I think I have felt these eyes. - Bill