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  Sep 2017 Dr Strange
Kiss me asleep
with your obsidian lips.

Protect my ears
from the cacophony nights would bring.

Fill the void
between heartbeats that skip.

Take me into the lull,
and into the siren song that you sing.
Dr Strange Sep 2017
Dear Society,

When did we become soldiers instead of human beings
Game pieces instead of flesh and bone
When did we become so consumed  by hate
Seeking vengeance against those who just want to live their lives
When did our purpose become so blurred
Our faith sealed in a blood oath to die in pain and agony
When did we close our eyes to the truth
Allowing lies and deceit to corrupt our way of living
Oh society,
When did we become this
A pile of empty husk desperately clinging onto polluted air
Lost in a barbaric way of thinking as what makes us human slowly disappear
Dr Strange Sep 2017
It's amazing how I call myself a poet
A master of words
Able to bend and warp them in ways you cannot even begin to fathom
But when I look at you, my mind reverts back to that of a toddler
Unable to comprehend what is happening right before his very eyes
It is as if your beauty transcends reality
Trapping me in this dream state with only one goal in mind
Making you mine until the end of time
So even when I open my eyes,
I could relive the moment your smile lit up the night skies
Dr Strange Sep 2017
We never seem to have enough
So we gaze upon the forbidden skies, lost, confused
Unaware we are desperately clinging onto silence
Waiting, for when time meets its tragic demise
So I don't have a title for this poem yet and open to suggestions
Dr Strange Jul 2017
Momma, I’m scared
I know you told me that I had to be strong,
But right now, my mind is weak,
As I imagine the world, you no longer exist in

Last night, I had a dream
At first, it was beautiful
You were smiling and laughing as you held my future child
Then, there was nothing, and that beauty became a dark abyss

The skies became as black as night
Birds began to drop like flies
A single wolf howled as it gazed upon its mother’s remains
And there you were

Screaming in pain and agony
Crying these tears that flowed like a calm river
Your eyes widened as you attempted to grasp my arm
Then without so much of a whisper the storm vanished, you vanished

The skies began to cry soaking my empty husk
The Earth crumbled beneath my feet, but I could not move
At that moment, I opened my eyes only to realize it wasn’t a dream
Rest in peace mother, I will never forget the promise we made
Just for the record, this poem isn't a completely true story. My mother just had surgery, but it was a success and she is fine. Thank you for reading
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