#PicturePromptChallenge by SJ Warner


Mind clouded by a cloak of pitch darkness
Shrouding her every thought
In obsidian black
No light breaking through the veil of despair
Gone was the laughter
The joy and the pleasure
All that was left was pain
Loneliness and heart break
Her body so numb
Unable to fight
That was why she was there that night
In the dark, misty moorland
Sat in the dark
The cold blanket of night
Wrapped all around
Black that lived deep in her heart
As frigid cold seeped throughout
Her body and mind
Her heart faltered
Bitter chill taking a hold
She knew then her time
Would soon be over
Her mind closing to all thoughts
Instantly a shaft of light
Breaks through the dark
Almost as if heavy obsidian curtains part
Light becoming stronger
Almost quite blinding
Yet she felt no fear
Felt no pain or anguish
Embracing the light
That pushed away darkness
And there in the moonlight
Her tears did break
When she saw them there
Waiting for her
The ones that had passed
The ones that she missed
Eagerly waiting for their friends soft kiss
Embraced in their love she finally felt whole
No longer in dark, pain or alone
She was finally with them
Finally home.


© SJWarner (2015)


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33 thoughts on “#PicturePromptChallenge by SJ Warner

  1. Reblogged this on S.J's Blog and commented:
    I was honoured to be asked to take part in this challenge and even more so to be the opening piece. There are so many more fabulous pieces to come so please give Debs blog a follow.
    Much love,
    S.J xxx

  2. Such a dark and delicious piece, but I would expect nothing less from such a fabulous and accomplished author, one I’m honoured to call my friend.
    Well done, you’ve set a very high bar to follow! 😊 xx

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