EXTERNAL PROVIDERS


Results 1 to 2 of 2
  1. #1

    Default Recollation of Despair

    Back to what most people who read my work are used to, my serious, dark writing style, with pieces of scattered hope. Whether it is is fleeting or not is up to the reader..


    Worn down by my heartbeat, helpless in its fleetingness
    A pain even more glorious than the sky
    On the rooftop, the sky comes together with wind, passion, dreams, tomorrow
    Wandering in the air, ideals, wrath, in a glance, in an instant

    Coiling like a whirlpool in a place which has lost meaning
    Slowly approaching, the sound builds up and entwines around me
    Those many slitted eyes seem to be laughing at everything
    And whose eyes are those behind me?

    Entirely drawn over in darkness, the shape of a dream that cannot come true
    A stirring like dishevelled hair is the only sign
    Before long I will visit you there, with sadness overflowing from both hands
    My resounding cry is stretching the bounds of pity
    A pain more glorious than the sky- the recollection of despair

    In the classroom, who is laughing, tainted, sighing, embracing, crying?
    Transparent eyes cannot see consciousness, words, anxiety, a future

    The suspect, in the madness of broad daylight
    With a strained mouth tugged unnaturally taut
    Come here, come here, for we too will have to say goodbye in the end
    Quickly coming together in the eyes, it becomes a breath

    Worn down by my heartbeat, helpless in its fleetingness
    A faint afterimage, as if it had been raked up in a nail
    And then those hidden away, falling into the depths of the sea
    Are sketched in a curve; the red tracks are
    Dyed by the end of your fate- the recollection of despair

    Entirely drawn over in darkness, the shape of a dream that cannot come true
    A stirring like dishevelled hair is the only sign
    Before long I will visit you there, with sadness overflowing from both hands
    My resounding cry is stretching the bounds of pity
    A pain more glorious than the sky- the recollection of despair

  2. #2

    Default

    this is a bump

Thread Information

Users Browsing this Thread

There are currently 1 users browsing this thread. (0 members and 1 guests)

Similar Threads

  1. Billy in Despair
    By Torkuitsu in forum Lyrics and prose
    Replies: 1
    Last Post: 10-26-2009, 11:14 PM