Monthly Archives: September 2018

Master

I clenched the knob and stepped into the door of gratitude. There, I distinguished you in your luminous robe, and my sense of sight has admired your philanthropy.   2018

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Marionette

Both hands are tied on strings. Powerless, manipulated. Distinct colors, diverse shapes. An array of audience, they can influence, they can subdue. I can’t break free. I’m a lethargy. Am I simpleminded? When I can’t even clench a knob, can’t … Continue reading

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The Warning

It yelled inside. I’m pulled to its voice. Ignoring, but hesitation leads to full attention. I’m closer to danger, to unseen arrival of lethal forces everywhere.And to the invisible, yet loud echoing in my head, the one that reminds me … Continue reading

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Dusk

Neither of us talk to the moon. We stare at each other, our eyes are tearing, our ears are sharp to the audio of a distant rain. The dusk is our only witness. We recognize a memory from our past. … Continue reading

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The Brick Walls

Trembling, I escape an anger. The vicinity of my whereabouts, the presence of no one, the dirt of air, they don’t peruse my countenance.   2018

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