The heavens swelled

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Status: Finished  |  Genre: Religion and Spirituality  |  House: Phoenix Poetry

Submitted: January 31, 2017

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The heavens swelled, intense chromas of bright hues (blue,gold,pink,orange) beamed from the sky, coloures bathed under feet leaking through the clouds

That held, in threads, banners of ’justice’ and ‘saviours’; embroided in the white by the blank canvas of eyes that glare and beam

Stained with bright spires and flakes, raining from the burning stars, fell bleeding hands knotted with pink rope and anchors

That melted with a clank and left chrome-glazed puddles, casting broken legs and dull feet which limped with weight

You place all trust in an author, and a crunching kiss, saliva of black blood for the drained 

hearts repeal 


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