Dennis Amareus Feuerhacke

Gemini - Poem by Dennis Amareus Feuerhacke

Down in the maze of woods sun and moon are an everlasting tide,
Beneath the white star ghastly glaring; a stag feeling anguish,
His elated crown slowly sinking, yet still carrying the antlers so delight,
The beloved laid to the gnarled feet of a chestnuttree, embraced pernicious,

Its pale shape, like a trunk made out of stone, straighten up tall,
Pregnant with seeds rocking in the wind, the skin infested with willow,
Tears of bronzen amber streaming down; harmful as if acid rain does fall,
Her body rested to worms but shrooms, clouds and gras become a pillow,

The tree's branches like arms crossed weaping into the sky,
Everything seems decayed; Oh loathsome mouldy earth,
Pain mumbled words carved into the bark by his bleeding horn;
Oh mournful cry: Why does everything perish due the years?

The stag aches under this tragedy, his breath evaporates like steam,
Although his antlers sore but fertilized with chestnutseeds, life is what even angels can't redeem.

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Poem Submitted: Wednesday, August 11, 2010

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