UKArchive ID: 36371This Side of Armageddon by stormwolf
Originally published on March 28, 2016 in Poetry

A romantic poem updated and amended.

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One day soon, the clocks will stop
but we shall go on, regardless.
Forging new beginnings and
sharing restless dreams.

I walk by the river often,
where nobody goes alone
and whisper your name to the wind.
For I have to share
what makes my heart glad.

I shall be there by evening
breathless, just in time
to catch the golden fire
of the sun going down
for the very last time
and hear the distant owl
in the neighbouring trees.

So all is well...

Sing me a song
and I will hold your gaze
and your hand to my face.
We'll share some fine wine
and good verse.

I will lie in your arms
and kiss you into
The Rapture

~ © Alison Stormwolf ~

© stormwolf (stormwolf on OLD UKA)
UKArchive ID: 36371
Archived comments for This Side of Armageddon
Supratik on 29-03-2016
This Side of Armageddon
Beautiful. You must have felt glad after creating it. Very romantic poem, soft flow. I marvel at the probable interpretations the title of the poem could have. I loved the last stanza which again gives way to multiple perceptions. Well done. Supratik

Author's Reply:
Hi Supratik,
Yes, a poem to show my softer side 😉 I think i have deliberately made it sort of obscure as a statement that in all things, at the end of the day, love triumphs and is all that matters. There is a lot of love in the poem too. The last line can be read different ways.
It was of course, written for somebody, and that person will have understood the imagery etc.
However, I hope it comes across as simply a love poem with a different slant.
I am glad I got a comment. Once I had 120 reads and no comments on another poem. haha

Alison x

pdemitchell on 29-03-2016
This Side of Armageddon
OOOOH, tingle me raptures! I have a wolf claw up and down the spine with this one. A forthright and well-distilled love poem. Mitch

Author's Reply:
haha thanks Mitch

WO x

sweetwater on 30-03-2016
This Side of Armageddon
This is the perfection I aim for, and always miss, when I write this type of poem. It is outstanding in it's simple beauty with love flowing beside it like the river. Loved every word. It's going into favs. Sue.

Author's Reply:
OMG Thanks Sue. I am humbled you have taken it into favs. It's always heartwarming to know someone liked it enough for that.
Alison xx

PS thank you for taking me into fav poets too 😉