Monthly Archives: January 2013

Abyss; the Second

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Intermittent shadows
Harmless tornados
Fade away
In the rusty sunrise
As the wind breezes
Blow away
Residues of time
Years upon years
Dance away

She sneaks behind me
And as she giggles
Whispers in my ear
The most beautiful words
Of an unknown language
Dispersing in the air
As I catch at them
“The answer lies within”
Imprinted frowns, replaced
Steady heartbeat gains pace
Serenity spreads it’s wings
An unknown song it sings

 

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Abyss; the First

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In solitude, I dwell
With damnation of Hell
Images; black and white
Mere visions of plight
Scattered self of a broken mirror
I fall, I deplore
Blank gazes, vacant smiles
As I lie on the floor

Hollow laughter’s echoing
In these shadows, fading.
Had enough of pain?
And yet, nothing to gain.

Amused or confused?
A battle within
Forgiving, not forgetting
A virtue or a sin?

Bliss

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Through her tinted glasses
She gaped at the fading green
The crawling yellow, the infecting brown
Spreading across
The blurs of nature
And she questions
“Such a world exists?”
Admist the grey masses of steel
The colorful layers
On the cemented walls
Had never given her
What she got, standing
Under the azure
Blotched with white
Inhaling the air, so fresh
That her existence
Revived with redemption