Pedro Cescon

Rookie (26/09/1988 / São Paulo)

A Gateless Barrier


Nearing heaven and hell
Between two sides of a coin
Temple without a bell
Without ones to join

In time's slope
Infinite walls
Shattering hope
In galactic halls


Never was silence so loud a noise


All the colors in one color...
No colors in one color...

Black and White are senseless names...
They mean None and All


Gateless Barrier's furniture...
The ones searching for it...
Conqueror or Vulture?



Beyond Gateless Barrier?
These tears in your face
Are so much scarier
Than your fruitless chase

Can't you hear me?

I say Deeper...


Behind your tears... and Deeper...

It is your pain... and Deeper...

Your fears... and Deeper...

Behind your heart... Deeper.

Behind your soul... Deeper.

Behind your god... so much Deeper!

Your Gateless Barrier... Deeper...?

I have tears in my face
They are so much scarier
Than my fruitless chase
For my Gateless Barrier


I want to go Deeper, so much Deeper
Beyond the Gateless Barrier


To where there's no rhymes
To where there's no one
To where I find all...


I search for all in myself?
I search for myself among all?

Am I Black... Am I White?

Am I none...?
Am I none...?

I am all...
I am all.
I am all!

And all are me, see?

I see

It dries my tears
Washing my fears

It is not the end
Not a Gateless Barrier

It is the beginning of discovery...

It is a Barrierless Gate!

And now, excuse-me

I'll go dive Deeper...

Submitted: Sunday, May 02, 2010

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