Jupitwidder - Poem by Brendan McNally
Why do you play with fire?
Is there a star you wish to ignite?
From a time, there is an option
To relieve the life from which you came.
When do you plan to reemerge from the depths of an abyss?
Today, yesterday? When?
Time tells a different plan; the option to pass, to ponder those situations you came to light.
Eternal fire - every match has a calling.
Have you not enjoyed your time?
Pass the torch to yet another worthy victim. Rest in peace comrade, pioneer, soldier...
You win. The victim has claimed victory. dissipate -
I watch you digress.
The souls you claimed have become too heavy to carry.
Rest in peace. You have won the war.
Battles are but games you watch for amusement.
Lessons may have been learned.
I am the decider.
Complete the web - spider.
Topic(s) of this poem: life
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