Equal Equinox - Poem by Blaine Strong
Well the nights were getting longer
And the suffering grew stronger
Nothing left but sadness in my eyes.
I stepped outside, to elevate my dark and desperate dream. It had been so long since goodbye. This was a long one.
I wanted to depart from my thoughts, to feel pure and unspoken. My fear had inspired comfort. Mixed emotion.
Silent temptations fill my existence, seemingly persistent my inner shine had lost its gloss.
Unable to find a medium I look to the stars
I'm not lost?
Am I bleeding?
Give me thoughts
Dreams. Show me
I can see right through you.
Can you see me?
Partially paralyzed I only strike pose.
For the moment I am sleeping
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