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White Noise

Turned up too Loud

By Harmony KentPublished 9 months ago β€’ 1 min read
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White Noise
Photo by Joshua Reddekopp on Unsplash

Deafens, this white noise

Not hiss but roar

Steals all poise

Beg for less, get more

πŸ’§πŸ’§πŸ’§

Torrent blocks all sound

Too much, this pain

Hammers the soul into the ground

Relentless, this acid rain

πŸ’§πŸ’§πŸ’§

Turned up too loud

Need to dial it down

Pinned β€˜neath this heavy cloud

In this white noise, I drown

πŸ’§πŸ’§πŸ’§

sad poetry
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Harmony Kent

The multi-genre author who gets write into your head

I began writing at 40 after a life-changing injury. An avid reader & writer, I love to review & support my fellow authors.

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  • Robbie Cheadle9 months ago

    Very powerful words, Harmony.

  • Kymber Hawke9 months ago

    As with all your work, this is beautifully written. I really felt the ending, especially.

  • Yvette M Calleiro9 months ago

    That is powerful, Harmony! It reminds me of how my sister describes her migraines. I hope your patches of relief become longer and longer. Great poem! Yvette M Calleiro :-)

  • Test9 months ago

    Beautiful writing, but it saddens me that you suffer so. I will pray for you, if that is okπŸ’™Anneliese

  • Mae Clair9 months ago

    Amazing, Harmony. It's altogether sad, striking, and powerful, rolled into one.

  • John W. Howell9 months ago

    Still praying for your relief, Harmony. The poem speaks volumes.

  • David Prosser9 months ago

    This one is sad and smacks of a cry for mercy.I'm so sorry you suffer like this and hope you have something to bring relief. You are a special lady. Massive Hugs

  • Gwen Plano9 months ago

    Powerful writing, Harmony. It tugs at the heart - and the soul. πŸ’™

  • Michael9 months ago

    An impressive metaphor. I love it. xx Michael

  • D.L. Finn9 months ago

    So powerful, Harmony. I felt every emotion behind the words.

  • Sarah Stuart9 months ago

    Gerald and Dana are both so right. Again, a wonderful choice of illustration.

  • Dana Stewart9 months ago

    The flow and cadence really builds tension for that ending. I felt this!

  • Gerald Holmes9 months ago

    Ouch! That ending got to me.

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