Treasure Island

Nicholas Nikolov

(April.6,1988 / Toronto)

Deterioration Of Loneliness


The loneliness saddens – however,
while remaining sunken in this horrible disparity,
your love unrestrainedly injects itself in me – neither
a literal genius nor a future-predicting specialist hardly
comprehends the unimaginable love we have for each other.
An ever-present phantom of thee, charmingly
crumbles my bleakness since the beginning and thereafter;
from daybreak to dusk – from dusk to night – accomplishes beautifully.
Let this miraculous longstanding dream persist, moreover,
nurturing my heart and soul will fruitfully
ripen someday soon. Until this day arrives – I’ll be a pretender
no more, yet to be such a pretender is sublime, although, reality
it indubitably will be indeed. Forewarned by a messenger
that a happy end is in sight – hardships will surface unfortunately;
I am perceptive of the impending mischances whenever
they’ll appear. All these occasions will be painstakingly
heartbreaking my darling, but knowing the clever
decision-making that navigated astonishingly
besting any possible devastation with eloquent grandeur.

Submitted: Sunday, August 04, 2013
Edited: Monday, August 05, 2013
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  • Don Nguyen (8/4/2013 6:52:00 PM)

    Too noisy at festival, I have half hour; if this you, God has designed eveything
    To save your soul; so if you have to endure suffering,
    Please endure for your soul is most precious in His eyes
    Iam simply His servant. (Report) Reply

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