Louis Gibbs


Torn from the stars

Made blind to his vision

So not to break his heart,

He wonders and wanders;


This lonely solo survivor

Of two old souls in tandem

Come once again to observe

And share their earth experience.


Yet as madness's encroachment

Confirms his heart's knowing,

It's a journey not intended

To be suffered solitarily.


So far from home ...

So painfully alone.


  • orchidee

    Sensitive write Louis.

  • Michael Edwards

    Great write Louis

  • Diamond

    Beautiful write.

  • Santita

    A powerful write, Louis. Those last two lines convey so much emotion; the separation of these two souls is deeply felt. I am sorry for your loss, which I am assuming by both the write & the author notes. Thinking of you, my friend.

    • Louis Gibbs

      Thank you for your good and insightful reply, Santi, as only you consistently make. The separation changed my life, to put it mildly, which I suspect was our plan coming in. Your sensitive old soul is greatly appreciated, wise one!

    • scary-mary

      Good write and good choice of words.

    • Fay Slimm

      A slow and sad feel to this grieving lament Louis - - how powerful those two last lines.

      • Louis Gibbs

        Thank you for your kind and understanding words, Fay. Always appreciated.

      • WL Schuett

        Very touching write , peace brother.

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