Marika Kartozia

Utopian Being - Poem by Marika Kartozia

Have you ever aspire to chimerical life?
It's like octopus with countless sharp arms
Burning Incense for revolting, opaque love
Sweet odor of wholeness is my opium pipe
Unraveled love finally poisons spellbound heart
Ruby-coloured distilled blood dissolves fantasies in mind
My kingdom imprinted the image of guardian Mars
Reborn on this planet, currents of liquid fire starts
A sense of gaiety banishes stories from the past
Sleeping in the hammock, clinging in the sky
Night is celestial, taking moon bath, feel numbed
Febrile waves melt all separate parts of body, shines
Obsession is a devouring monster, annihilate it fast
The smell of field flowers, vivid moments sparks
But when I return from utopian world of light
My strange, manlike strength scares me sometimes
Smouldering with hope, chastity hide from eyes
This is planet of myths, bewilderment`s raised

Topic(s) of this poem: love and dreams

Comments about Utopian Being by Marika Kartozia

  • (1/22/2016 10:00:00 AM)

    A sense of gaiety banishes stories from the past, a beautiful line.
    Really, utopia is a planet of myths and is bewildering.
    Thanks for sharing this beautiful poem.10 points.
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    Marika Kartozia (1/22/2016 1:40:00 PM)

    Thank you :)

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Poem Submitted: Friday, January 22, 2016

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