benjamin bueno


Light Has Lifted With Overpowering Life


Light has lifted with overpowering life. And need i ask? Am i brought to what i see? My queen is at my eyes and love has found my soul. And now will be the moment in the entire expanse. I know, they can never serve you better. For i hold the juice of life and love. And if i do not then leave myself a slave. A slave by all your grace. A slave for your ever-searching answer. And so be it by the end, i will show you your truth. For your beauty will always keep my soul in light. And the only reason is reason enough. For now i know existence can only exist because it does. And the game it plays with warm and cold will make itself renown. So i give you my strength. And i remember my weak. Because the rush of the moment has shot me off. And what is stamped by the night i can safely say. That life has brought me, meaning.

Submitted: Wednesday, December 25, 2013
Edited: Thursday, December 26, 2013

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