Conclusions Of A Wonderer
Author: Kristoff Stominoff
Do you understand the creatures beyond reality?
Something stuck in-between the square vision
The eyes perpetual circumstances of life
Bound to endless torment, fixated to the edge of the TV screen
What is out there?
The minds doldrums, repeated over and over till everything turns to gray
Wondering thoughts lead to terrifying truths
Sick sense of realization or even better false testimony
The Eye, translucent, clear sheet like a tinted glaze
Between you and the darkness withheld
Always softly, beginning tides of a frozen hold grasp on
Looking down through the eye lenses of time
Pinned down without escape
Curiosity gains control as the eye walks down the spirals of unreality
Why are the profits of what is not real better then what is real?
At first a stroll then to a walk or even a run, faster and faster
Till The Black Monster pushes and pulls, prodding, stabbing with relentless fire
Temptation to look back, only thrown aside of fear to the slave driver
How is it that life has come to this?
Retribution only comes with the awaken of harsh facts
Brain & flesh seize to exist
Only held steadfast to bear witness to the destruction of an infinite amount of universes
Stopped in place, exempt to the heavy burden of time
Forced to watch the horrors inside
Painful recollection of being forced to swallow water
Is there not a release?
Purely the delusions of an unsane man
------- Author's Notes -------
This is the reflection of my own personal hell through a spirtual self-realization.
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