Tense Of Your Veins / Madman?
You're far away, time was so insane,
and I am parable of madman.
Where is present tense?
Did a voice that sounds tense make the hearers feel tense?
What happens in present tense?
Does it die just like future tense?
Melt solitude eternally, just like your name,
Sempiternal in my bastard brain.
Yesterday as much as yesterday and the day-before,
Crept into the past, to your veins.
To the last syllable of your lips,
while all my tomorrows were lighting more
To now, perhaps, this multi-diverse present tense is a damned apocalypse.
This madman is an utopian afloat in your universe:
That does not have past, present or future tense,
because I'm a madman, who always going reverse
to your veins, even though my pain was so insane.
Monday, March 22, 2021
Topic(s) of this poem: Time,metaphor