Hopeless Hopes - Poem by cyclopseven Ram
When the dawn arrives
kissing the corner of the roof
I am awakened from my dream
an intoxicating dream.
suddenly life seems to be at a distance
where man struggles
to remove the thin veil of illusion.
with hopes spiraling high
man aimlessly harbors hopeless hopes
that mankind have always been hoping for
the hope for a miraculous results.
where lies the border
that divides the real and transient
because the illusionist
casts a veil so thin indivisible.
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