Iris Eve

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

Submitted: February 03, 2017

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Submitted: February 03, 2017



Stalked by a dome of grey haze, 

Colours shine melancholy; 

O' the pain! How awful is that melody 

Of anchored organs- for I have seen

The light of two moons; 

This day is ever lasting! 


Tears are fingered in my stomach

For brandy and moon light don't mix; 

Crusted with sequenced knolls

I run along a childhood safe 

And jump- -10 feet! 


Luna's radiance reflects and scurries, 

Glowing Navy floors, 

Sparkling the land around, 

And I dance like a tic, 



Apollo's feather unswayed, 

Camouflaged in darkness; 

I am a lighthouse, of teal and black





For it's my Fathers birthday tomorrow

And it's meaningless.

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