Treasure Island

muniro ali

(Aguest 2end 1996 / Somalia)

The Raven


Every night a raven visits me
its feathers dark as its future
every night a raven visits me
its eyes full of dreams
every night a raven visits me
whispering whispering
every night a raven visits me
telling tales of sorrow
every night a raven visits me
telling a forgotten memory
every night a raven visits me
its hart full of a wanting
every night a raven visits me
sharing words, that don`t want to be said
every night a raven visits me
every night i fly
my feathers dark as my past.

Submitted: Thursday, June 03, 2010
Edited: Thursday, June 03, 2010

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  • Adeline Foster (6/17/2014 4:48:00 PM)

    Interesting take on Poe. Ravens do so inspire. Have you read my Peacock Solo?
    Adeline
    Sorry to point out that 'hart is deer' and 'heart is dear'. Typo? (Report) Reply

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