Paradise - Poem by Tamara Robalo
The untouchable fairness of the darkness, can be sensed by the numerous bodies that dance beneath neon as entangled algae in the midnight's tide.
The harsh bile scent,
And the human trash combine and revolve on the grim dust.
The emotion fathoms and the body collapses
Stars impact whose residue scatters forever in the outter space.
An uncomfortable emptyness left for the indulged thirst and the sliding alchool promising more.
Children with sparkling eyes,
Hypnotized, pushed and taken away,
Lost forever, floating on the tides of an ecstasy ocean, to never come back.
Expectant looks crossed in the moonlight's immensity
A momentary deafness,
We search for what's left of us,
Search for what we were before,
Eyes blind, nothing we see beyond shine.
We rise towards the shining lights as circus freaks,
We're nothing but the orgasmic sense of being something,
Nothings exists but the everlasting instant that holds eternity and kisses the infinite
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