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For someone out there
By Cervantes on 10/05/2012
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To bridge a distance
I reach back into my mind
and find my cold body where you left it

The gunshot wounds of your words are dry now
The tear tattered rags cover my body
still stained with my own pleas
but I rise
because somewhere in the future
a candle burns for me

The wax tears all run down
into a coagulation of effort
The prayers of a wounded soul
begging for a touch of life

And with my withered hand
I reach through the dust and age
to shake the framework of your bitter home

The acrid rip of privilege
tears the check in two
and I am left asunder
broken
stretched
scratching filaments into the fiber
of our being

Corpuscular integrity aside
I am reattached to the reality
of triumph
The stone heart ache
of heartbreak on the hearthstone
because home is where the heart is
even if the home has not yet
been built

The reverberating strings of the martial atmosphere
of matrimony make each moment matter more

More openly the ribbons of my flesh
reek with the desperation of honest words

Pure, innocent, immaculate honesty
Guileless cherishment
The hallmark of the rebirth
of a phoenix


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By Cervantes On 10/5/2012 10:20:39 AM
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