Author: Karla Bardanza
My grey soul invades my ultimate eternity,
scratching the walls built around poetry,
finding silent spaces of rainy memories
as I revenge myself against my asymmetry.
Rhymes get lost within as I swim across words
gone with the swift wind in my early darkness.
Poems of fire dissolving my elastic boundaries,
shores of disguised pain and some madness.
My blurred heart floats to the cruel clouds
until my blood emerges again in my tired veins.
Wounded hands cry for forgotten feelings and life
as I die writing parts of me bound with chains.
Comments on this poem/writing:
|Larry the Linguist (188.8.131.52) -- Sunday, November 8 2009, 06:41 pm|
...my my my - what a powerful grasp you have of your very own poetic language. You weave these words together so beautifully into a tapestry
of great literary passion!
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