Tombs of Unity

Poem by: BrittanyJacksonPaz

Summary

Death. Unity. Simplicity.

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Submitted: June 11, 2013

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Submitted: June 11, 2013

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The boundaries

Between life and death

Dew sprinkled by fairies

Singing a melody of truth

The myriad of countless tombs

Between some foggy fumes

They decorate the earth

Like a nearly given birth

The eyes are turned

The image is burned

Upon a cell in your brain

But, I watch the rain

It trickles down the stone

Ceasing life’s daily drone

The unifying wonder

Is my mind’s plunder

A secret, pleasure in isolation

In this place’s exultation

The lack of seeing

The height of breathing

All that came and chanced

To witness love’s last glanced

In a meaningless box

To soon become rocks

Alongside the others

And long lost brothers

Equality at its best

No life better than the rest

And inwardly I’ll smile

Embracing the moment for awhile

 

 


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Death. Unity. Simplicity.

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