Art, Dark, Freestyle, Poetry, Writing

Ghosts of the Past

Picture created with Canva

Just a faint silhouette 

Imprinted from the past

A distant whisper

Of names long forgotten

Memories that remain, 

Despite the turbulent passage

Of time

A light breeze drifting by, 

There briefly, then gone

A figure that only appears

In the darkest corners

And the murkiest of dreams

Ghosts, left over 

From long ago

They are remembered

In seemingly invisible slivers

© 20 October 2019, by Haley Scully

This was one of the poems I wrote for Inktober 2019 (which you can read more about here), and I used graphic design templates for all of those. So, you get a fun graphic with this poem. I hope you enjoy it! 😄

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