THE UNBROKEN STRAND

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Status: Finished  |  Genre: Poetry  |  House: Booksie Classic
The unbroken strand

Submitted: December 02, 2011

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THE UNBROKEN STRAND In a wavelength to explain itself is there any such thing? to stop in an eloquent poise all mismatched throttling and forces bearing down apparently there is apparently there isn't and what is the difference in the end which comes to all things you have to verify the ones who stuck with you through thick and thin and the harrowing nothingness of Job himself it all means something does it? what came back to you as a whole form illuminate the light of heaven a little bit more and I can't swerve away from the deep down all consuming feeling of how unfair every treading we encounter actually is a feat to say the least to remain unblemished and walk the straight and narrow in a cavernous enclosure the darkened wells of a fire spitting awakening enrapture us all ad in the indefinable loss I saturate in woe and turmoil the flagrant yearning for an absolute peace and devilish encumbering smashed in the face by roaming wolves I shall not withstand the beggars the liars the weakened in sin and all lies to come crashing in if the standard is to be obeyed still the cutting off of limbs is a parable deserving to strike itself dead amongst the inventions of man we trembled in catastrophe a sickened leper pursuing his own vomit lies amongst the stricken and unsaved there are the unsaved no less deserving than the opulent on various thrones a dominion of painful jackals crowds rooms enshrined in pain I live through this and in every movement fantasize about stabbing my transgressor to death such thoughts betray be wandering the gloom of the labyrinth bring it to an end in a hymn with no notes or verse that can never be sung or uttered lest the big bang self implode ferrying no star dust in the final nodes of the system


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