Raihana Abdul Jabbar

Rookie - 384 Points (13/07/1992)

Deflected - Poem by Raihana Abdul Jabbar

I traveled as fast as light,
Chasing you, by the glimmer,
Of your charged existence.
Attracting the negative.
The very fiber of my soul,
Knotted, tied to you,
Yet redeemable,
Beckoning hope?
I needed to find out.
It took millions of years.
The closer I got to you,
The farther I felt, from reality.
I breathed in vacuum.
I froze the heat rays.
Warped sense of time.
Gravity lost it's meaning.
Was it too late?
Now, I'm deflected,
Perspective though.
You weren't my destiny.
Never was.
A huge black void,
Is where you've led me.
Spinning, sparking and disintegrating,
Tiny shards of my cold cynical being,
In a blaze of purple and white,
Is sucked into super-massive nothingness.
Love isn't the answer.
Truth is.

Topic(s) of this poem: love

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Poem Submitted: Tuesday, January 19, 2016

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