top of page

Invisible Crows.

Updated: Jul 1, 2021

I keep my scalpel sterile

To dethrone the droning, invisible crows

That peck peck peck my head.

I pepper kisses on their black beaks

When they drip despair

After losing the touch

Of my cold affair.

My lonely crows

Have bled me dry

But how can I say goodbye?

They have stared

Into my eyes for so long

We have shared lies, love,


Each other's flesh

In our mouths.

When they came

For another bite

Last night

My tongue rolled back

Whether in welcome

Or repulsion

I can't tell


I'm tired of

Being the keeper

Of secrets

That never die.

My beloved

Invisible crows,

Leave me alone

Before my madness

Claims your beady eyes.

My lovely

Invisible crows,

Don't leave me

You're the only ones

That stay.

What will I become without you?


© Sheena Shah. All Rights Reserved

Sheena Shah is a dark poet who loves to write poetry which gravitates towards darker aspects of life. An avid reader and a passionate writer, her love for poetry began at an early age. She has co-authored several anthologies and her debut poetry book is going to be released soon. She believes that poems have an inherent healing effect on the reader and acts as an emotional outlet for the writer.


Recent Posts

See All


bottom of page