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Hyperrealism Personas

Author: ShadowParadox
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Inspired from random alien art on pinterest . . .

Hyperrealism Personas

Sketch us a world
In between your fingers
Magical and alien
While the forest lingers
In your eyes

Humanity is hidden beneath our scales
Vicious and scathing
Like those blue orbits
Beaded on your wings


We are made of nightmares
Ink stained on our bended spines
We carry the pains of everyday
Lodged in a golden pocket in our cranium

We are fused in a tunnel of unknowing
Spiraling into a forbidden future
Our tongues the stems of black roses
We speak the language of revelations

Our speech is hypersonic
Vaporizing the surfaces of minds

We’ve come to conquer and rule
As we swallow the diamonds
That blooms from your knowledge

Wisdom is depicted on our bones
Layered on the mural of your heart

Watch us twist our alabaster bodies
While we dance to your art

Inside this world you’ve sketched for us

Submitted on 2016-10-21 00:05:17     Terms of Service / Copyright Rules
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  Now, this is a painting I like. I love the dark shades of blue and gold contours emanating throughout. And the language used is magnificent. I really enjoy reading your work a lot. It's exactly like something I would write.
| Posted on 2016-10-21 00:00:00 | by Paradox | [ Reply to This ]

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