Clouds - Poem by kathir vll
Stagnant Dark clouds of rain
Such Immensity yet petulant in manner
Art thou filled with envy?
Such vanity thy possess
Canst thou see this groveling creature in need
of star filled nights to gaze upon?
or do thy covet such heavenly pleasures
keep stars and crescent moons in jewelled boxes yonder
Or dost thou mock lesser beings
with the Slyest of snickered lips
Do my ire humor thy being?
Is my praying gaze a jest for Thee?
Part thyself for this kneeling wretch
Pray let him be lost in that nitesky
To feast on divine stars, quaff on moonlight
Is all I survive for
And yet thy persist, unmoved
Nay a shade of pity passes on thee
Should I part my chest and show thee a
Still lifeless heart?
Gouge these jaded eyes in offering?
Or flay my skin and wave it at thee?
Tell me what need I do
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