sylviasearcher

Lighter


Heavy as I linger, low and hard
Where shadows swallow what once was scarred
When suddenly I will of daisies speak
A blanket of them stretching out of reach
Lighter


In darkened rooms on wakeful nights
I hear the words of sanguine men
Which echo as the darkness wanes
unclouded.

Comments2

  • Terthas

    The weight of the world bore down
    Heavily
    Until that bastard took his dying breath;
    Then, the greatest serenity
    Came over me
    And it all felt
    Lighter

  • Terthas

    Thought I was adding to the poem, whoops lol

    • sylviasearcher

      Thanks for trying Terthas. Sometimes no one notices the fusions 😌

      • Terthas

        Anytime lol. And true heh



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