Regret, In Still Flow - Poem by Kendzi Samuel
I know a dream of time travels
Standing on a beach,
Awaiting the shores to meet
Ruined by both regret and destruction
Bring back the hurricane!
I know a story me wrong paths
Of fading glows in sour embers
Of calls for an a foregone wisdom
And the sprint fades with hope
Down the back roads
I know a fairy of lost loves
Of retreat into a ruined castle
The rivers of tears do still flow,
Beneath the bridge the calm villain stands on
Along with a coarse debris of agony.
I know the scorn of unheard pleas
The bitter shame of banishment
Necks cramped by the sunken chin
The anger fueled by mockery,
That destroys nothing but self.
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