Shadows of My Being, poetry by JahArt Kushite at Spillwords.com

Shadows of My Being

Shadows of My Beings

written by: JahArt Kushite

 

Sadness descends upon
me a gentle mantle
Like a dark nightfall
I cannot battle
Chaos erupts as voices in
my mind rattle
My strength wears like
a falling wattle

Sorrow has found in me
a refuge
The void in my soul is
pitifully huge
On forlorn hope I slowly
tread
Where art thou Moses?
my way to lead

Darkness covereth
my daylight
Plundering me into
a mighty plight
I walk in the shadows
of my being
Oft in laments which
no-one is seeing

JahArt Kushite

JahArt Kushite

JahArt Kushite born Isaiah Phiri is a Capetown based Poet who recently came to the limelight through Facebook where he posts his deep soul, heart wrenching poetry. He is a published author of book "Wailing Soul" (a collection of poetry) currently under revision and soon to publish his second book "Tonnes Of Love" (a second collection of poetry). He is a published author of other poems that are featured on Spillwords.com like Vanity, Death, Coiled and COVID-19. He is a contributing poet to the forthcoming anthology titled "Colours Of Love" published by Rock Pigeon Publication in India where two of his poems are featured, I Am Thirsty For Those Who Love Loudly and I Remember Those Moments. You can find his art on Facebook, Instagram and Mirakee.
JahArt Kushite

Latest posts by JahArt Kushite (see all)