The Eternal Gaze


While thinking of her,

before his face I smile.

A curious and confused eyes,

questions stretching for miles.


With a cold and dead voice,

"Do you not fear?" 

he asked,

as he kept creaking near.


With a serene grin,

I said,

"I have already seen heaven,

so why fear to fade?"


"Blasphemy!" he shouted,

his face frowned,

ignoring the scythe.

Again, in her imagination I drowned.


"He said, 'I am here to take you

away from this land,

for your thread is snapped

by my very hand.'"


I replied, "I can never vanish,

even if you take me,

even before you,

only her I see."


As confused as ever,

innocence was what I saw in his eye.

To explain her divinity,

in mortal's language I try.


"He may take me,

but even he can't keep us apart.

I will always live

within my beloved lies my heart.

  • Author: Vast as the ocean (Pseudonym) (Offline Offline)
  • Published: June 13th, 2024 08:12
  • Category: Love
  • Views: 8
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  • Neilton

    Very beautiful poem ! enjoyed it

    • Koshish

      Thank you!

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