Poem – “Every Word is True” – Romanticism – 1/18/2021

NoneOf these tearsWere cried too earlyFrom hollow hands,For I run these stained fingersOver your heavenly curves,Bleeding with you,For every word has been true. Pain is the symphonyTo carry youPast these ruins,Beyond these discarded heartsWe cannot gatherFor the empty one,Fading our lives in the rain,Leaving trust to the grain. Every word is a symptomTo this very […]

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Poem – “All Rain and No Thunder” – Romanticism – 1/18/2021

FinalWaking of a near moment,Disguised by flowers that sleep,Of petals that weep.Leaked,Fallen of droplets to the given rainThat buries a stem,Though raises the stigma,Raises the face. You leanedTo take blessing from curse,Washed your handsIn the flying nectar.You fed yourself the escape,To make of your wakeThe joys that curl themselves,Fallen into ivory,Bleeding into glory. Rain is […]

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A Review – A Blogger’s Upcoming Projects – 1/18/2021

In the current works, there are 2 philosophy dissertations being written, with one that ranges upon 30,000 words. I possess over 1,500 poems written. I shall compile 20 volumes of 75 poems each. For the future, there are exactly 20 more philosophy manuscripts to write. As for novels, there are 7 WIP (work in progress) […]

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Poem – “Holding the Rose Tighter” – Romanticism – 1/18/2021

Simple woman,With dreams to bareIn quilts, unsharedTo the men who stood to stareUpon you, in the droplets,The fairFace of forgetfulnes. Hold the rose tighterIn the arms, to leave your wordsWritten in surest might,Discarded upon the thorns,Creating your pullTo where Hell feeds you the horns.To make you matter in the sin,To sting your cheeks with the […]

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Poem – “Her Heart, the Heaviness” – Romanticism – 1/17/2021

BeautifulRose-red cheeks,With remnantsTo which she seeks,Outside of eyes, so wideWith the vision of somethingThat never leftUpon the ocean, so vast,Carrying her tears,As not a bath of itselfTo wash her fears. Love reveals youSomething to give a noteMore than the sympathies upon your heart.Here is no more than a symphonyTo confuse the feelings you cartFrom destination […]

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Poem – “Disconnected Gravity” – Romanticism – 1/17/2021

Love,Count these stars.For theyRemind you of the manyTraces of an element,To earth, with its close faces,Broken into sand,Awakening on the shoresOf eternal forgiveness. I am hereTo hold your handThat gives way to glass,That shattersFrom whereYou held the ocean, far apartWith the moon to give you tears,With trust, in togetherness. You areFallen upon a sword,Dreaming of […]

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Poem – “Naked Eye towards Naked Love” – Romanticism – 1/17/2021

Something wellsUp from the longest stream of pain,The blackest shoreOf the tormenting void. SomethingSo slender, that I forgotOf youThat does not restSo plentifullyIn this wearied mind. Your face,A notion of something slowTo bury itself,Stings me with clarity for a loss. The eyes,Those hollow cries,Those other facesThat never depart, so readily. You screamOf the land’s defeat,A […]

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Poem – “How Great, the Arms of Love” – Romanticism – 1/17/2021

Pulled againstThe great oceanOf your sighing mouth,Gathering fragmentsOf your broken heartTogether, for the nextMoment, in our empty space. We love to hope,Leaning against the other,Against the barren slopePulling sidewaysThe tears that once shieldedOur vacant and lucid eyes. For we love with open gravityTo stay ourselvesUpon the earth, with its clarity. We dream in the iron,The […]

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Poem – “Beautiful and Rabid” – Erotica – 1/17/2021

What final,Frozen hourNear to your sideWhere breaths come asThe stinging windOf the hurricane, in your heartBrings sensation to me? A love broken by two wings,Fallen ash,With what stingsOf surety in the midst of our desire,Of loyalty in the cracks of our fire.You meltWith the torn shapeUncovered to you,Bleak and newWith a shield to every garment. […]

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Poem – “Our Future to Cart the Other” – Romanticism – 1/17/2021

Hold downTeardrops from statuesMeltedOf hearts left to the rain,For dreams merged with the painOf times so soft in the hard handsThat toiled about in the soilFor the rocks that would stopThe train of sicknessTo the other, so frail. Your firm, recollected fleshIn the handsThat never twitch,Blossoming for meA beginning to seeOf roses, in a garden […]

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Quote – “Why Unity is the Simple Remembrance of it” – 1/15/2021

“There is no need to create unity, when it is already before us. We behold unity when we simply remind ourselves of what is important, versus what is not. For what causes division is the forgetfulness of being one of a kind next to another human being. We merely need to remind ourselves of the […]

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