Why do I feel this searing pain That seems my very heat inflames And in the depths of silence hush It feels my soul with weight is crushed Yes, my mind does wonder far And seems my sanity does mar I sink down low unto my knees And pray the Gods do hear my pleas A silent tear rolls down my cheek My throat is choked, I cannot speak Yet inwardly there is a light That urges to CONTINUE fight When will love to me be shown Why must I live a life alone? Can the path of fate be changed Or will my mind become deranged? What can I do, what must I be To change the course of destiny? Yes, I know, I want the chance To laugh and smile and sing and dance To wake with just a simple smile And see his face for just a while To take his hand and hold it tight And know that fate says it is right To give a love that’s so profuse And become to him eternal muse’.
Poet’s Note – Part of my series on the musings of the Goddess Isis
Fiona Jamieson has been writing poetry since childhood and is currently embarking on her first published works. Her current work mixes mythology and fantasy, using the central character of the Goddess Isis. Her latest writing is around the Goddess 'search for wisdom' and we see her meeting some of the great minds of time. She considers the issues of knowledge and wisdom and the past and how this influences current thinking. She illustrates her own poetry. Fiona also writes war poetry.
Living against the food amnesia gold bricks call for austerity in passage of the hunger. Canons hanging in their necks it was the silence of death. Whispers were floating in night. The bodies will free us from gold cure, tasting
I do not know what to regret anymore… that I cannot reach you through our memories, that an insane song cannot touch your soul, or that you reversed yourself on the other side of Life?!… I watched how spring drained