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Ankit Damani Poems
I taste flecks of hope, their loyalty astounds. I trace flowing water, unchanging yet mobile.
white sparks surround my eyes now addictions that will not leave anytime soon a second of sleep and it’s over, a mirage
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little brown spheres overlapped by larger grey ones bubbling with the frantic flatness that I find myself trapped in today.
transfixed, you stared right into its eyes. The endless tunnels of grey gore invited us in. speechless, I ripped your mind. Now you hover still, fragments flying everywhere. elated, it burst apart, freeing us in beseeching worlds of weightlessness. screaming, you saved its soul, flowers and all in harmony.
Three heads are born.
Blends of alchemy linger with a certain anxiety.
the flawless wrinkles settle gently now. Creases of water force themselves
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(4 April 1928 - 28 May 2014)
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I taste flecks of hope,
their loyalty astounds.
I trace flowing water,
unchanging yet mobile.
I carelessly grasp conviction,
then sink in apprehension.
I float above darkness,
before it engulfs all.
I touch my soul,
before crashing into oblivion.
I speak softly but firmly,
“Here lies God.”