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Poem Details | by daver austin |
Categories: death, fantasy, imagination, loss

THE SUNKEN CATHEDRAL

A tomb
So chill    so deathly still
Where algaed bells hang dumb

Diffus'd
Her warted    weaving spire
In eerie    midnight sun

A womb
Come    bubble    bubble down
In gloom the vaulted way

To see
Through brackish ripple glass
By jaded light of day

Profound
Black    iron gargoyle's heads
Resounding    deathless    ringing

To hear
The swaying    sunken choir
Of chancel ghosts go singing

"TE DEUM
(eummm) LAUDAMUS
TE DEUM  (eumm - eumm)

TE DEUM
(eummm) LAUDAMUS
TE DEUM  (eumm - eumm)


Poem Details | by daver austin |
Categories: death,

THE SUNKEN CATHEDRAL - repost

THE SUNKEN CATHEDRAL – after Claude Debussy

A tomb
So chill, so deathly still
Where algaed bells hang dumb

Diffus’d 
Her warted, weaving spire
In eerie midnight sun

A womb
Come, bubble, bubble down
In gloom, the vaulted way

To see
Through brackish ripple glass
By jaded light of day

Profound
Black iron gargoyle’s heads
Resounding, deathless, ringing

To hear
The swaying, sunken choir
Of chancel ghosts go singing

“TE DEUM
(eumm) – LAUDAMUS
TE DEUM – (eumm – eumm)

TE DEUM
(eumm) – LAUDAMUS
TE DEUM – (eumm – eumm)















Poem Details | by Nigel Fox |
Categories: death

Sunken Cathedral - Trois

Black churning death coming from the sea
No distinction twixt them you or me

Drowned the dead the lost tsunami friends
Not figuring so quick and sharp their ends

Unheard by those above
Muffled heard a tolling bell
A greeting in depths far below

Gentled by time a seas barnacle claimed pews many fathoms down 
Chancel aisles and naves perceived there filled ghostly a new congregation

God please grant them heavenly peace
God please grant them  peace


Poem Details | by A.E. Rivenbark |
Categories: death, sorrow,

Sunken

Knuckle white knight soars
Over cliffs on stormy shores
Her majesty's broken oars