Best Poem of D.S. Donna Who

Panic Of Night
The mind is never steady,
in darkest hours of the night,
Constantly racing,
but by itself in concordant flight,

Ideas ever flowing, from darkness until light,
Tirelessly exerting dreams into reality,
Explosion of thought distorts common sight,

The body feels so numb,
but the mind . . .
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Candles And Moonlight
Reflections in the moonlight,
Settled in the mirror,

Candlelight flickers,
Perplexing what’s clear,

Conflicting images of grimace,
Reflections of fear,

Alone with candles and moonlight,
No one is near,

Much like the standing pond,
The reflection stays mere. . . .
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