Orion Mapp

Rookie (06/03/1993 / Athens Georgia)

Voided Gleam - Poem by Orion Mapp

'Vanity's links are heavily worn,
Upon these quivering vapors,
But I mock their bitter clutch,
For the clouds' paling coal,
Has erected his weary embrace,
Upon this lone rolling place,
Which Decay's seat overlooks,
Glory's echoes and hushes
Within night's pictured quilt,
Beyond Time's withered wings.

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Speaker, of the faded Sun of Sirius, speaks upon the tare of our world, yet plain. Enjoy.

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Poem Submitted: Friday, March 29, 2013

Poem Edited: Friday, March 29, 2013

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