∞ themed poetry – expressions of endlessness.

 VIII (@triplemind)7 years, 7 months ago

i had to post this to a website that might not just ignore it. please send your own too ^_^

nothing ever ends cause there’s more around the bend, these vibrations that i send with intentions set to mend are a product of my friends and my enemies who’ve blended together to extend what i feel as my pretending. lending me your eyes is like ascending past the skies and not depending on the lies of those defending our demise and though we cry because we’re lonely we’re surprised we’re not the only people trying to find homes, see though we like to leave and roam we still are bound onto this earth and its air, water, and dirt, from your hair and through your shirt you feel the flare of universal power, we’re the tower, structure cripples by the hour, and we triple in our cowardice, send ripples of our sourness. devour and offend, you’re too proud to not suspend, finding how to build a trend of feeling nothing ever ends…

January 22, 2014 at 2:57 pm
Anonymous (107) (@) 7 years, 7 months ago ago

i love this :)

ObladiOblada (1) (@thearushh) 7 years, 7 months ago ago

this is beautiful!

VIII (34) (@triplemind) 7 years, 7 months ago ago

@anjelica, @thearushh, thank you both, this is twice the support i got on facebook for the exact same poem. i don’t like to fill up the discussion boards but it’s really empty feeling to pour your heart into something to have it out-liked by superficial bullshit. i appreciate both of you and hope you have a beautiful experience living.

carolineddillon (5) (@carolineddillon) 7 years, 7 months ago ago

overexposed and unenthused, i sit in a cage for the world to see. i’m pouring out my emotions and pushing everyone away. everything comes together, then falls apart. how can you do what you want when you don’t know who you are? the struggle is infinite, as we dance another day towards death. i’m scared because i don’t understand, knowing i shouldn’t worry cuz there’s already a plan…

not finished,
constructive criticism would be nice

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