ExhaustionTempted to give in and fall into the abyss
Wondering what it would be like to give in to this
Feeling of exhaustion through out body and mind
If we did what would we find?
Can we hide here in the dark?
Would we lose what sets us apart?
Or would we find something else
A different part of ourselves
Its so tempting to just let go
Loosing the will to still say no
To live in constant hibernation
Its such a strong temptation
To cut ourselves off them everything
To distance ourselves from anything
To let ourselves become numb
To let ourselves succumb
Poem of the Sorrowing Spill
Deep below the ocean
All is hushed and desolate
They are gone from my sight
Forever consumed by IT
One by one they vanished
And all was destroyed
With nothing to hold IT back
Death filled the void
Before their hearts soared
And they swam clear and free
But all hope faded
When the Darkness consumed the sea
I am alone with the ocean on my shoulders
And it will be my turn next
The Darkness will come
I can already feel ITs effects
The Darkness will be here soon
Endlessly IT searches for me
And with no chance of escape
I wait patiently
I look to the ebony surface
And see IT has come
Greasy tenticals constrict around me
But I do not try to run
I knew IT would come for my life
And I knew I could not flee
ITs reach is limitless
And would find me eventually
With one final glance to the surface
And my last, dying breath,
I watch as the Light is swallowed
By the blackness of Death
Now the ocean is empty
And there is no light
And by ITs greedy hand
Day became eternal Night
The Man from Above
Fireflies fell from the skies,
And burned brightly in his eyes.
The light of the stars caressed his hair,
And from the breath of his lips there came sweet air.
All that he thought came alive and true,
And so he turned the sky a purest blue.
From his heart he wept a river so still,
That in turn our hearts it did fill.
And knowing his work was almost done,
He called to the fireflies and born was the sun.
With all of his life now given to us,
The stars of his smile then faded to dust.
With a final wave of his hand, swept the sands of time,
And left this world for the truly divine.
The man from above,
Who taught the world what it is to love.