I See Without Leaves - Poem by Unic Cjonr
Belonging from, nowhere to
somewhere, never in or to.
Company of the twisted tongue.
I rather kill the time and spend mine.
Bitten until my skin breaks.
I would prefer the agony to your screaming tongue.
The one which ash flames to a fires back.
Invented by noone.
Intended for someone.
Broken are your excuses.
Meant for me which becomes the everyone.
The only blame is for your face the shame.
Hands on my knees.
I am singing with the bees.
What rings true to the lost of my honey.
Was the collapse of my hive.
I really took one shallow dive.
I rather choose to be free.
I tell no more lies just for the sun to
rise in your skies
You are dead to which have died.
With my heart and to the sides.
Where my hate lies to hide.
I saw the trees.
I see without leaves.
I do believe without a bark.
Every dog must grief.
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