irenio irenaeus bero

Before The Culmination

Before the plague befalls and shatters my only unique world


Before tears mean nothing
Before mountains the trees the seas the rivers speak
In one single voice
A voice loud enough
To expose the agonizing pain inflicted
On our defenseless earth
Before judges rule out decisions based on the astonishment
Of a so superb and glorious heaven like radiance
That glitters forth admonitions, suggestions offered in the
Interest of our emotional and physical retribution
Before sorry words battle with the kings and queens of sympathy


Before I close my eyes and wish death take over
My living imaginations
Before my actions culminate in a disastrous end

I know the end will come
Although I sometimes doubt the severity
Of events that are soon to happen in an unprecedented manner
When darkness permeates our every sense
And fill our hearts with morbid fear

Will there be any time to run away from the untruths
In an attempt to justify the color of every committed crime
We did in full consciousness

I have live to see
The fulfillment of words and phrases written aforetime
I plead for a pen and paper to describe the circumstances of
Every intent of my deeds

When I can write no longer
I hope god shall perhaps remember
My heart

Poem Submitted: Friday, July 17, 2009

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