In the grainy, dark hues
of a late spring twilight
a stillish peace so true,
you can hear a falling star.
As I walk the lonely lane,
full of rage and red disdain
Swordless rebellions can be
a very good thing indeed.
As gold shooting stars glide
across the breadth of sky.
I raise a glass to the creator,
whose mind put it all together.
Albeit but an insignificant speck
of atoms shooting through and
the wilding universal expanse,
a primordial soup served daily.
Committed, Rev 2
I laughed in their faces
as I committed to flight
within the dimmed night
of a vast swirling haze
sprinkled with delights.
Awaken a spirited grin
from a darkling gaze;
a chalice of warm gin
and unicorns danced.
We all recited a ditty,
"Race your dragonfly;
Grasp a shooting star;
Whisper to the Moon;
Dance with the Fairy."
Your Devil warms up
on the Summer's grill.
I forgot the bugle call
whilst dipping my quill
as I committed to flight;
a soulless zombied bite,
in the eve of a raucous,
contemptuous icy night.
An evening of fire, brimstone and desire;
walking with a torch to the Pulpit of Dark.
Book in hand, followers unite and stand;
preaching torrents by the burning sparks.
Mumbling to the Moon; a diabolical belief;
the devil reaches out to devour the devout.
Breathe into a cauldron, exhale in shadows;
crucible burns long gnarly twisted fingers.
Raise high to your deity; sky or far below.
A dark spirit rises, a tempted Watcher lingers
in an anointed dance of homicidal tendency,
lost within ethereal dreams of moon flowers.
Pity a bluish pig dancing in a velveteen sky;
praise the virtuous ones of a secreted Piety.
My skin is ice as the clock strikes midnight,
Now racing away lingeringly yours, gratified.
Bio: Ken Allan Dronsfield is a Published Poet, Author and Digital Artist originally from New Hampshire, now residing in Oklahoma. He enjoys the outdoors, playing guitar and spending time with his cats Merlin and Willa. He is the Co-Editor of the new Poetry Anthology titled, "Moonlight Dreamers of Yellow Haze" available at Amazon.com. His published work can be found in Journals, Magazines and Blogs throughout the Web including: Indiana Voice Journal, Belle Reve Journal, Peeking Cat Magazine, Dead Snakes, Bewildering Stories and many others.
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