claire dela peña

Rookie (march 1,1987 / cadiz city)

Where Did Thy Mistress Go? - Poem by claire dela peña

i woke in the middle of nowhere
a plain world with crawling animals
a valley of joy, a place of bliss
but then it turned out to be apocalypse

i turned on my back and see no such cruely
and i saw thy mistress smile
standing at the gazeboo waving good bye
i would console her once and for all
but thy mistress was pulled through the portals pole

where am i, i was drifted
let me fly, i will find thy mistress

Flaga!

(echo)
i cried alone, but i wont be an outcast on my own world
where i planted my tress, where they bare my fruits
where i was molded and where i would be manifested.

innocent victims of the Nile cried as i rewrite vulgatus
my faded eye, my chaine nature
release me from this dream

again i woke up in the middle of nowhere
with a plain red hail covering the earth
a falling bodies forn heaven, the place if bliss
and now it really turened out to be apocalypse

as i turn on my back i saw thy mistress
playing her cithara with her progedies
o hollow arm, go and embrase thee
you will not be stoped by nemesis
but wait! she turned out to be the devil's countess?

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  • (8/11/2005 6:09:00 AM)


    Intense poem Claire. Nice job. Sincerely, Mary (Report) Reply

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Poem Submitted: Thursday, August 11, 2005



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