Utter Disolation - Poem by kyvin nash
All I see is darkness,
Blinding, suffocating blackness.
Our light hastily fleeting,
Leaving the undivided heart splitting.
Only a few could be salvaged,
At this point most temples are diverged.
The purest minds pushed to dispel,
And cast in deep dungeons of despair.
Out of light we stand at opposite pole,
Between heaven and earth in this giant black hole.
Without the word there's nowhere to depend,
In this world the only progress is a dead end.
What I see is darkness and division,
The only hope is blackened by confusion.
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