Saturday, 22 October 2016


Shrouded

They’re following me,
stalking my dreams
and waking times,
shrouded in mist almost
as dark as the shrouds
they wear to cover themselves,
to cloak themselves
for their journey.
Shrouds like dusty abayas
uniformly grey,
shapeless,
bloodless,
formless,
lifeless
grey.
Only their mouths still red,
stained by their final feast.
The feast of what was left.
And now there’s nothing,
nothing any more.
No more.
Nothing.

http://www.magcloud.com/browse/issue/1180336

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