Igor Sinelnikov

Rookie (10-03-1990 / Krasnodar)

Black Star And Black Sun - Poem by Igor Sinelnikov

Doses of nicotine,
Malady of venus,
My consciousness are broken
As into glass.

We angry at laws,
Split life into zones
There is not entry
For strangers to us.

Why have you come,
The star, gleaming black,
Destroyed my barriers
I'm utterly bare.

The frost chains my skin
We have deeply seen.
Pupil expands into space
I'm waking without your face.

One day you will go,
My dear red dwarf
I'll close my leafs
Sinking alone.

Substance is changing
My skin will be steel
I will be black Sun
It's your fault, it's your will.

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Poem Submitted: Wednesday, July 11, 2012

Poem Edited: Wednesday, July 11, 2012

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