Love's Cacophony


The angel beats its wings

The thrum, thrum, thrum,

Sounding of bells in the wind.

And when the demon

Bellows it’s war cry;

The bells ring louder

As to comfort the beast.

And through the cries

And the tolling of bells

A union of sound is made;

A bond between creatures born.

  • Author: Rael (Pseudonym) (Offline Offline)
  • Published: May 20th, 2023 14:52
  • Comment from author about the poem: This is the first poem I've written seriously. I always understood poetry as something that had to rhyme, or be akin to works like Milk and Honey. Poetry frustrated me. Once I discovered that poetry is what the writer makes of it, I decided to write something. Fighting with your internal struggles can be difficult. I've fought a long time with how I view myself and my weaknesses. Finding the strength to make peace with yourself is incredibly rewarding. Though, who knows. Maybe I'm just being a tad dramatic.
  • Category: Reflection
  • Views: 6
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  • tattooedreverie

    The color of this poem is Pantone 4308 TPX, or #b6cada.

  • Bobby O

    Cacophony is one of my favorite words. Props.

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