Good morning! Help me wecome Ed ireland and his poem, Dark Fae, from his book, Forgotten Treasure, available on his website (Check links below).
By Ed Ireland (Forgotten Treasure)
Dark clouds gather, threatening tower
The rain that comes is more than a shower
Thunder explodes as lightning crashes
The world is exposed in quickening flashes
The Dark Fae unleashes her power
The winds gather up to now twist and turn
The funnel is formed, it’s time for concern
The sound is likened to a roaring train
Roofs peel back and welcome the rain
The Dark Fae’s spell will churn
The Earth starts to rumble, pitch and shake
Chasms open where hot lava will bake
Mountains will sunder collapse and fall
Oceans rush in and cover it all
The Dark Fae knows what to take
The people will cry, lament and then abate
And rebuild their lives it’s a time to create
The light will return, shadow will fade
The tides of fear are now delayed
The Dark Fae pushes her spell to sedate
All will be good and in time it will heal
And soon to forget the impending doom’s feel
Life will be like rainbows and flowers
Until the day the clouds rise as towers
And the Dark Fae laughs and destroys with zeal
About the poem: The confusing and very sad cycle of refusing to understand the message of Nature. The message to leave certain areas be. The message carried by her strongest winds, her highest tides, the messages delivered and ignored again and again.
Awesome poem! Thank you for letting me share it, Ed. 🙂
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