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Lost Soul


Author: col13x
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Words: 321
Class/Type: Poetry /Longing
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Lost Soul





They ask me “ who are you ” ¿

The stars a myriad map dusted, whispering, home

Home

As their light filters through the tears
The hot, acid sting
Drags this choke from my throat
And breaks through every chord

Home

As I perched on the brink
As some release, relief, could take me there

Away from this un-edified Earth
Its constructs of brick
Its struggle to, never connect
But simply, forget

The darkness sings
And I sift, through astounding beauties

Home

And nothing here is kissed
Save in reflections and ruminations
Of how does this relate to “ me ”
How I, am but the broken part
Of my own identity

Ugly
Uncaring in its stomp and glitter
Its vomit promiscuous and blandishment
Of numb
Blinded
These human fools of folly enthralled
Break each other by their own unity of ridicule

Home
I want to go home

I want to know again the traces
Of those other arts in thought
To feel my whole
To feel my part

Home

Where the stars myriad have mapped their welcome
And breathe remembered
Not forsaken

Where I am not left alone
To weep on their vision
Or cry for the sake of their evidence

When I am greeted once again by my family

And not to be

So distorted here

And lose my faith

As I sink beneath this plethora of polish
Chrome and scramble puddle
Of having it all
Before
Death

This sickness infests and infects

Home
I want to go home

I do not want to feel this aching longing
Anymore

They ask me “ who are you ” ?
But beyond comprehension
The stars a myriad mapped and dusted, whispering
Waiting
Calling
Welcoming
Me

Home






Submitted on 2010-07-02 13:28:50     Terms of Service / Copyright Rules
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