The Shadow (Vol.2) - Poem by Az' Versifier
Far forth came after traveling beyond,
The dark pain of the heart,
That was of the willing love fond,
Under which many castles mirth.
I came here to find,
That I have lost behind,
Beguiling the heart for solution,
Of the question that's havoc blind!
Floundering in the mire of mirage,
I came out of the bog,
After being drowned into it,
Still confused to forth in the fog.
All this be in all many!
I won't want to beckon my agony,
Might, you know my agitated agonization,
And might, you allied with any!
Aloofed leaves after leaves,
Aghasting on, ever we blended!
Well awared of my shadow,
Which is my bliss to which I surrended!
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