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Poem Details | by Ben Hamilton |
Categories: animal, bird, dark, death, nature, peace,

The Barn Owl

In silent air on silent wing
the deadly flight to one will find
unwelcome communion in the gloom
that hails the never-ending night

The heart shaped face belies the truth
imparting spiritual grace
a beating heart then nothing more 
a flash of white then empty space


Poem Details | by HevinLea Watson |
Categories: abuse, allah, autumn, death, desire, symbolism,

The Owl

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Poem Details | by Victoria Scott |
Categories: animals, death,

THE OWL

I heard the screech owl
Real late tonight
I've heard it before
And not a good sight
I've heard it before
When you hear that thing
It wont be long
You'll feel the "sting"
The hurt and pain
The sorrow at the end
You wont know how
But you do want to mend
So when you hear
That owl again
Think twice, you see
It could be your friend

Poem Details | by Lycia Harding |
Categories: dark, death, horror, night, scary, silence,

Night Owl

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From the darkness of the eaves,
bathed in evening's undertones,
something's seen among the leaves -
something made of meat and bones.

Bathed in evening's undertones,
something tries to slow it's breath.
Something made of meat and bones,
sensing sudden, silent death.

Something tries to slow it's breath.
Something's seen among the leaves,
sensing sudden, silent death,
from the darkness of the eaves.

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04/22/2020
Prompt #1


Poem Details | by Greg Gaul |
Categories: bird, cry, death, flying, life, night, wisdom,

The Owl Omen

Heed the owl's omen!
Peril peers all men.
As norms run afoul
now release the owl.
With its silent wing
let it soar and sing.
Wind shrieks in our ear
talons pierce the fear.
Foolish minds do reach
for the hunter's screech!
Fools wander amuck
final decree is struck.
Sounds that clutch 'n cry
always one must die.
In this raptus way
the owl stalks its prey.
Swoop in fatal flight
embrace this bloody night.
Play life's classic duel
wisdom kills the fool.