Goodnews mememugh Karibo

A Callback To Nature

i'm alone, alone walking sluggishly in solitude, the birds chirp strangely in my head, but i'll walk through their songs, leave the world, its blur, let me converse with the abstract

i'll rather tread the depths of the chill of this sand over and over again, let the thick fog cup my brows for tomorrow or ever

this is where the breaths of a hero reside, in the grains of these sands, in the dance of the rolling tides.

To the universe, i'm gone back to yesterday, the air in here tastes might, the clouds rumples but a jiffy, the stars reign in sparks and solemn beauty.

I choose the shadows that sleeps the cold under the moon, i choose the black cast roaming the grounds, through it i see better.

The oak shall have my breaths when night falls, i'll throw my eyes to the sun at dawn when it calls.

These brooks will rid my thirsts, underneath the rain my soul will bath with a stone.

I shall see in a pyramid, the sexiest of rainbows through the cute climates.

My eyes, my heartbeats, my whole will spread abroad here.

Submitted: Saturday, October 26, 2013
Edited: Saturday, October 26, 2013
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