Niwa ni dezzu no yuro

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Status: Finished  |  Genre: Poetry  |  House: Booksie Classic

Inspiration from the Lian Hearn books...japaneese title tells all!

They smell lovely
The creatures without breathe all around me
Beauties with no names I pick them
My silk dress touches with the dew drops on the grass
I smell white tea being made across this garden
behind the paper walls
The moon is shining bright this evening
Fireflies cover up some darkness
It´s a sad and lonely night
even though our loved ones are us visiting
I hear the bells begin to ring
I am meant to be there
by the river the clearest blue
They send out light boats to things no longer here
down on this earth of madness
I can never see my brother again so what does it even matter to me

I walk to inside
There´s no one inside
the house rooms which I´ve grown in
My sword lies all still
with it´s silent power and will
to keep on killing others
I take it out of its case
I touch with its blade
I read my brothers inscription
It says:" Love good as for bad as you hate all the sad things that happen ".
The bells clash to ring
The moon still it sings
with it´s mighty light of sadness

Submitted: September 03, 2013

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