Tuesday, 31 July 2012

Door to Hell

The Door to Hell is burning like resentment every day,
Consuming every promise, every tender word I say,
And still The Door remains ablaze, enticing me its way.

With purpose and conviction, the flames which never rest,
Consume the very passion to which they do attest,
With the purpose and conviction I never have possessed.

The burning cavern endless deep with 80-meter span,
In desert Karakum was formed and left to burn by man,
This Door to Hell so ghastly pure devouring all it can.

For twenty years and twenty more this blazing, torrid well,
Has lit the way to agony consuming me to tell,
That one day soon I’ll gladly pass through burning Door to Hell.

©  Craig Guthrie

Take a look inside a giant hole in the desert which has been on fire for more than 40 YEARS 

Craig is currently seeking a publisher for his book of poetry and prose "Chef and I - Lyrical Salads and Literary Vandalism" All comments, suggestions and offers welcome. More  HERE

1 comment:

  1. Why Craig, this is a brilliant poem, triplets are so profound, you Rock! My insincerity abounds. - F. Dedalus.

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