Death is but a Prayer in the Lonely Night by Adam Levon Brown

Death is but a Prayer in the Lonely Night

Loneliness haunts
the visage once again

The void stares into
the emptiness inside

Sidestepping around the shadow,
embracing guilt and sorrow

The bleak weather outside
murmurs softly and grasps
the cold embrace of isolation

Panoramic paranoia pulsates
in pyres of pyromancey bridges

burnt from inside, with bandits
of the heart, still asking for tolls

The heights of the psyche’s gaze fearing
the river of guilt below,

For it is too full of bones,
for it is too full of grief
for it is just too full of hearts unquenched

Adam Levon Brown Adam Levon Brown is a published author, poet, and cat lover. He is editor of Madness Muse Magazine, and a book reviewer for Five 2 One Magazine. He has over 120 poems published in 11 countries. He has been published in venues such as Burningword Literary Journal. AdamLevonBrown.org

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