Malaya Roses

Rookie - 77 Points (16/12/ / Malaysia)

My Child Must Preserve - Poem by Malaya Roses

Did your soul meet the faithless soil?
Seeding with malevolence
Fallacy sparks
Entitlement suffocated need
Beneath skin and fleshy vanity
Among us
I am the one
Charting life and death
Called settlement at court of relevancy
No justice lay
Silencing fairness
I paid the excess devotion
With self-surfaced
A deviated faith
Purging thought wisdom failed
I am the plummet tears
Curving every platter of melancholia
A mother could bear hell
Broken child
Unspeakable cursed
See my human
Hear my evil
My angel
Give me Abyss
A thudded mocked beauty was blooded
Abomination flooded tears
See me no fear
The rising drought
Season inclined
Sorrow unlined
Ordeal declined
My child must preserve.

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Poem Submitted: Sunday, April 1, 2012

Poem Edited: Monday, April 2, 2012

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