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Amaurosis Fugax

Another place I find to escape the pain inside
You don’t know the chances, what if I should die?
A place inside my brain, another kind of pain
You don’t know the chances, I’m so blind!

~*~

there it goes again

the smile that never

means a damn thing

a laugh that holds a

flickering candle to

hopeless clamouring

cry for help embedded

at the patched bones

i call my fucking skin

the desire to be noticed

burns like the alimony

of another divorced sin

now i daresay apologies

because i will never have

a chance to fall and beget

the densities of bellicose

minds fracture skulls of

bereavement and regrets

as my tongue is relapsing

against scimitars again

don’t any of you even see?

i’m breaking and falling

like strands of deluded ice

spare me a fool’s fantasy

please look for me and peer

further and see the cryptic

cyanide, leave it unlocked

please look into my eyes and

sense my anguish before my

vision turns permanently black.

~*~

How deep can I go in the ground that I lay?
If I don’t find a way to see through the gray
That clouds my mind, this time I look to see
What’s between the lines!
I can’t see, I can’t see, I’m going blind…

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Limbo

Pray disturb not in repose

Doth wish to sleep infinity

A paralysing unconscious

Of nay perforated serenity

Ecstasies of dream visions

Sweating a fever post-REM

Thy malaise of disillusions

From which chimaera stem

Haet! thy rest impediments

Corrupted Sleeping Beauty

Hath thou succumbed unto

Sole mortality of humanity?

Soft cessation of thy breath

Transience of sleep apnoea

Fragile, respiring unto death

Of thou’st dissolute insomnia

Hearken thine heart’s pulsate

A phantasm of reality sorrow

Reveal open the golden gates

Of another ad nauseam limbo

Atonement of thy opprobrium

Lest not thou forget prefatory

Comatose in a latent oblivion

Wandering in abyss purgatory

Forgive thee, for thy have sinned

Eternal rest which thine deemed

Perpetual nightmares haunt forth

Of transgression and sin—nevermore.

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