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    dots Submission Name: In the Mouth of Elysiumdots
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    Author: HisNameIsNoMore
    ASL Info:    28 - Male - Ohio
    Elite Ratio:    3.03 - 75/186/232
    Words: 51
    Class/Type: Poetry/Dark
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    dotsIn the Mouth of Elysiumdots
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    Poppy vines climb mortal arms,
    painlessly embracing an opium sun.
    Hesiod defined Works and Days,
    human condition, breathless escape in,
    consuming ourselves, hoping to wake.

    Woad fields dry to dust,
    splash eyes, Okeanos and sky.
    Wheat fields rise to die,
    bread to break and dine,
    in the mouth of Elysium.




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      I am almost certain the name of the same place has occurred to me before in a writing, without ever having heard of it before. Funny how our minds work, huh? I was very much at the verge of death, but I like to think my mother brought me home for a reason. Perhaps the afterlife isn't really all it's cut out to be until you've finished your business here.
    | Posted on 2018-08-19 00:00:00 | by MyPeriodical | [ Reply to This ]


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