Category Archives: Poetry

Degenerate Titles

Coming in waves are the major Sources of tranquility The self is possessed by items Unlocking bastard doors through the web Sixteen I saw bound by a riddle But then I appeared And it all became clear Sixteen I saw … Continue reading

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Elite

The damned seeks the possession of The intricacies Finding the necessary though not the obvious Getting along to the final edge Seeking fulfillment But not to worry Time will come to tell the tale Sessions and hours spend on idle … Continue reading

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Selfish Gain

Desperate measures are taken To unite the defense Against unseeming devotions Care not to awaken awareness Caring for little else Than useless hours of consumption Speaking dreadly with the flowers Speaking friendly at the brick wall Seeking fulfilling spaces Caring … Continue reading

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Markings

See since we saw it no longer a function ceasing to operate and malfunction gripping hold on it to let go distant movements holding on This is a return from the beginning ceasing not movement still holding on won’t return … Continue reading

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The Choice

I desire only the things that a fool desires but the door the door is closed for now and empty inside innocence laughter feeling strong against all odds but how can one live without a roof over one’s head with … Continue reading

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The Realm of Becoming

Lucifer was once the highest angel but he became the fallen one the depraved one the master of the sun the greatest of devils the prime sorrow was the fall of the morning star such a pervesity the fall from … Continue reading

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Following the Traces of Distant Echoes

We play with the shadows on the wall arranging them for decline Who can tell now what is right and true? How would you know? With zero consequences we administer chaos in our midst With no responsibility, we willingly put … Continue reading

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