Blizzard In My Mind

Blizzard In My Mind …



Raining keystones pushed aside

in powered snows driving through

carousing forms sweep in to hide

in storms so wide of such different hue


Rolling through fanning sweeping haze

thoughts in their own reigning wish

attain forger or forging of one mountain ways

circling madly beyond the centering dish


Feelings and emotions so sedate

just awaiting those resplendent keys

for empowered thoughts to complete relate

as one idea is so completely seized


Shadows play upon cindered walls

created through manifest dealing hands

shouts abounding render sweet calls

while resisting cells water glowing glands


Upon favored flavor provided within

blizzard in my mind flaunted about

awaiting coalescing of determined din

while ages old horrors started to shout


As hands pushed away any implying consent

arms pulled beyond any rancor of sheen

cells bordering ridges of mounting intent

with my mind in arrears starting to ragingly glean


For in all exposure of where ending did start

foreclosure of tenements imposingly near

did provide anchoring of my one little heart

throughout bonding forever with for ever fear




Donald Loudon

Donald Loudon

I have been writing since 1967, basically as an emotional release, but in the last few years I have become interested in creation of forms as well as being socially accepted by my peers. So, here I am. Relate to me, please!

6 thoughts on “Blizzard In My Mind

    • March 9, 2018 at 12:55 PM

      Thank you very much for your kind visit and positive thought. This is proof positive to me that a piece started in one direction with a very definite mode, can become one totally different, if only allowed!

    • March 9, 2018 at 12:59 PM

      Thank you very much, my most consistent visitor, for your most kind visit and thought. This started one way, and ended totally differently. Amazing what the mind in it’s own blizzard can create, isn’t it!

  • March 19, 2018 at 12:38 PM

    Interesting and enjoyable read my friend, great rhyming as well. Kudos!

    • March 19, 2018 at 4:05 PM

      Thank you very much, young poet. This means so much coming from you, friend Paul!

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