In Darkness, it Lies!

EDIT Route 700 composite
Photo David Dreimiller

Decease of winter.

Decay left behind.

A lonely house, in darkness lies!

Surviving,

brooding, 

in moon light’s shadow.

Mourning, in silence,

better days,

 gone by.

By Georgianna Rivard Bravo

“Dreary Abandonment”

A homeless shadow moves up the rutted driveway,
flanked by spent weeds of summer past.
Lightened tracks in the bend make it want
to turn to the left around to the back. But wait!
There is a shed ahead…what to do?
An aura is wavering in the diminishing light of dusk.
The shrouded door and window of the porch,
uninvitingly beckon the obscure figure
to come and take refuge from the bitter cold.
If only the abject and lonely house
didn’t cause second thoughts, Ah!
If only, to warm the hands and toes
and satiate the void of loneliness and sorrow
engulfing the spirit and heart.
All that exists is ‘dreary abandonment’!

The Photograph, “Dreary Abandonment” was created by David Dreimiller, a photographer from Garrettsville, Ohio