Cindy J.M.S


Changing Ways


Dark Poetry of the soul
With a golden glow
Igniting the beastly corners
Of the Basement
To find a replacement

Without a statement
I state the case
To liberate, the light
I fight, to surrender
Contemplating the defender


To go beneath


The heat, I burn
To be forced out
Into the underground river
I shiver, thoughts of feeling
No more breathing


To be emerged


I’m the one that runs first
Towards an earthly connection
Lost behind a mirror reflection
A shadow deception
Rising hills of sand

To stand strong


An illusion of delusion
Evoking mad confusion
An upside down solution
To feel and breathe through
The waters that run deep


To be


Emerged standing strong beneath

Submitted: Thursday, April 18, 2013
Edited: Thursday, April 18, 2013

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