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The world is glass



The world is glass
By TaraDomnu on 02/03/2009
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The world is made of glass
So fine you see nothing in it
That’s what it is…nothing
You see all the people milling about
They too are glass
All around you clear and fine
So fragile you dare not speak
Sound may break them
You worry
Do not move
The vibrations may shake them
Looking around you see
Everything flat
There is no texture
Only smooth colorless nothing
They have no faces
You want to scream
No souls, no heart, no blood
They are nothing
Barely even real
You see right through them
Touch them and they break
But no one cares for the death of glass
They walk around it
As if they don’t really feel
You scream
The world starts to break
Into a million pieces
Falling like the sharpest stars
They twinkle at you in the glass light
Cutting you as they fall
The price you pay
For breaking their world
Is the life you lived
Your thoughts die now
With their world
They reform from there own pieces
You reform as well
Now you are glass
No soul no heart no blood
The world is glass
So now you must be too
Faceless and silent


Reality is only how you persive if you belive we can change it we will for better or worse.



© By TaraDomnu On 2/3/2009 10:10:50 PM
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