Memories are aflame, Upon a lonely funeral pyre, Where flames lick their lips, And I, with guilt, Grieve, For life has long taken me, From that which I hold dearest, Until my heart, In pity, Relents, Till a sweet song begins to call, And I, blindfolded, May happily go, Back to my life, In death.
If we are souls immortal,Then I was tricked into this life,Where daylight is just a parody,Of things beyond the pale,So in the chamber I sit,Where a cold wind no longer chills,And voices from beyond,Warmly welcome me. To all others, I am a hermit within the ruins,Of a fort still resisting,The world cursed against me,Where upon… Continue reading Remains of a Moment
Like new stars amidst the void, We met in a burst of light, From the primordial clouds, Who coloured our destiny by design, So that we may dance, With gravity addicted to the other, But if we are to follow our fate, I must simply be glad to have known you; For I saw… Continue reading Pairing
From a young age I'd heard, That death walks amongst us, Yet is never seen As the eyes of those who pass, Must always be closed. As I grew older, I learned; Beauty is in the eye of beholder, For with our waking lives We must witness life, In order to find it. Yet as… Continue reading Mortalis