Tag: Poetry

Sweet Surrender

At the peak of my youth I stood at the balcony In a palace overlooking The garden of people Flowers who bloomed, wilted and died Grasses who grew and covered the land Where past selves are buried in nameless tombs Mementos of war between heart and mind Should I jump from where I stand alone, […]

Past the Prison Gates

One, two, gasping for air each count Three, four, losing my strength Five seconds more in this quicksand Devoured in earthly pain, After years of wandering, on my own I was a free man, all alone; In my wilderness, there was nothing to hurt me But the harsh nature of my own mind. It was […]

Superhumans in Armageddon

How much would it take To weave the fibers of my thoughts Into reality? My seared skin soaked In blood and sweat Hanging like steel strips In my arms Is not enough Apparently Without replacing my heart With the cold orb Of an everlasting robot In this modern era Where the slow extincts With their […]

Lucifer’s Ascension

Inhaling atmosphere of world beyond yours You flap your feathers in the toxic Trying to reach the edge of an earth Their perfect words can never reach Leaping up, taking charge of the winds Across the silence of the morning gale You don’t look the same angel of a paradise regained With your skeletons and […]

Flight or Freeze

I’ve felt it, that cold-hearted monster lurking within When it once took over, as selfish and capable I now stand between man and machine To keep or replace my heart with an engine? To pump metal limbs to work tirelessly Discard the recesses of human weakness In a steady road to earthly immortality I am […]

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