Memory Light - Poem by Shireen Ramadan
Unworthy, where my corpse corrodes in decadence.
The light ov ending in shadows ov morrow.
In his weight, watching disease, to cite the whiteless.
I creep to rot the affection, to wait unable.
My blessings in the pale where your aura lied.
Your face ov ruins in dreadful pretence.
Grieves ov lost sight where your aura hides.
In souls ov fatal repugnance to my shades ov remembering.
To caress my prayers ov a bruised sun.
For morrows to pretend in despair ov watching.
See! I allowed the dead to come, to stay in you.
Behind the seven suns ov end, above the cripple.
His walk to shift the seasons, to rest mimesis, to sob the summits.
A lasting lament to the unserenades, to the rhyme ov beams, where your aura falls.
I blessed the light with lost prayers, to remain the dead & pass away.
To the loss ov rhymes.
To sob the damned.
To hew a bruise in cripple.
To hang the incapable.
To feed a disease.
To be unworthy.....
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