Silence and I

by Marquesas   Jun 2, 2012

Pat, Pat, Pat goes the rain on the roof
Almost as if knocking to be let in
I step outside as the cold droplets collide with my skin
Like kisses from Lady Death's cold, lustrous lips
Holding out my arms to invite the chill
I feel myself go numb as I am embraced by cold, soft arms
Funny, how it is much warmer than this house called "Home"
A "Home" with no heartbeat, no life
It holds only my mistress, Silence, and I
Silence says nothing to me, she shuns me
She rejects me, She despises me
Yet, she stays by my side always


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  • 6 years ago

    by Kate

    I think you should title it "My Mistress And I". Adds a different appeal to it.
    Just an idea :)

    I... love this. I love the rain and I understand the silence very much. It hits home.

  • 6 years ago

    by AnotherPlasticSmile

    This is really cool! I love the use of personification and imagery-its really stupefying

    • 6 years ago

      by Marquesas

      Thank you, that means a lot.