The Everlasting Tantrum - Poem by Aaron Restua
Lost since the day I was born
To neglect the winding shore
And rage war to every scorn,
Of destiny, once found
Of life, once lost!
Leap, Neglect the Madness Foretold!
Bold and young,
Teary eyed and thirsty,
Lingering across the depths
Of the summers cold.
A fearless voyager,
Never to be found again clinging,
In the same waters upbringing
Or in the same shipWith kneeling sails.
The tantrum of a melancholic love,
And the feverish dove,
The scent of haste and wisdom unfrostedB
ares it all in an emotions eternal fall.
A Life untarnished,
Untainted by the deceit of fate;
To desire, live and bid
Amidst of everything;
A purity beneath the flame
Or to claim a rendezvous of death.
Everything indeed... Just to find you.
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