Apudo Apudo

I Crossed A Line - Poem by Apudo Apudo

I crossed a fine line

Now I can never return

All that was ever innocent

All that was resplendent

Bled out at the raging onset

Just like a sun beginning to set

I crossed an unseen line

Now I can never return

Where there was a smile

Hangs a fragile frame of bile

Where there was budding mirth

Reigns a friend's unforgiving wrath

I crossed a thin line

Now I can never return

I cannot peer at what's left

For fear of a sight amity bereft

I cannot stand to look back

For fear of a reality too stark

I crossed a redden line

Now I can never return

I can never return a glance

And face not a shred of grace

A mountain of ash set to the wind

Myriad alien crevices to find

I crossed a divine line

Now I can never return

The stream will not reach the sea

The leaf will no longer know a tree

A melody will no more be sung

Nor a promise from a tongue stung

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Poem Submitted: Wednesday, May 23, 2012

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