Rex mayor Ubini
A Place Of Life And Wordless Gail - Poem by Rex mayor Ubini
The wind of parting day
chariots our irreplaceable stars away.
The space is left cold and lonely.
No matter how brilliant or holy,
none would ever rise to bridge the gap.
The day of the world is gone afar,
in her evening was born I
her back is all my eyes can cast
as she plods down a stranded path
with her three trembling legs,
ahead with no turning neck,
shepherding to forever side.
My eyes have this cloud of darkness
replacing the travelling suns.
After the stars are gone,
the night of evil here it comes;
obsessed with the signs of the time,
that speak to us ancient words,
reminding us of the last event;
that we may gird up our loins.
But b'fore I marry my bed,
in the belly of mother earth,
to be lost in forever slumber;
purity please pardon my stains,
bathe me in the stream of your vein;
that I may wake,
not in a pit of perdition,
but a place of life and wordless gail.
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