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Den of Perils

The ocean always brought camouflaged and eccentric thoughts,
It made her feel invisible from her very own shadow,
To the outside world she was fogged up by self-pity, 210 more words

Poetry

Erring Elegance

The blades of light was golden or pellucid,
They penetrated through the branches and leaves,
And fell on her skin that seemed lithe graceful,
She sat under that old oak tree feeling plain and simple… 141 more words

Black Rose

Her sweet face always beautiful by a thread of sunshine,
And while the low orange candle descended in the sky,
It started intoxicating warm light on her frail skin, 141 more words

Walking Away

As you start to walk out on the way,
The way appears intensely real,
You can feel the smell, the texture and the color
The word that describes such quality eludes your mind… 157 more words

Luminous Fate

My fate fully depends on my demeanor,
These seem like battering words clouded by sarcasm,
Those that occupy my mind with intense reverie,
As I expect heaven on this side of hell… 129 more words

Cold Whispers

Alert and wide eyed as an owl,
Weary of the sunny but cold day,
My gaze sharp, as a broken bottle,
To the strange symbols of that blazes with meaning… 111 more words

Lovers under the Moon

The night is half full but expectant with promises,
Shadows seem to ebb and flow,
As the sky is covered by the intricate wheelwork of the stars, 161 more words