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Kalob's Balcony

Kalob's Balcony
By Kewayne_Wadley on 05/12/2014
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The wind grew still looking back at vanity,
Habitually taking glances in the street lights passed,
As her voice was still fresh on his mind,
Gestures made in the height of the moment,
As times bliss was hard to let go,
Thinking once, twice,
The wind still silent as it had no direction to give,
his heart grew heavy,
Although his mind was free,
It was all he could think,
The night took him by surprise,
What's time he asked to the wind,
The moon moved to its edge,
A cleft to the bittersweet symphony only he heard,
The silent wind graced his face,
Suddenly he felt a rush of anger followed by sadness,
Slowly the clouds moved one by one,
How they seemed to fill the sky as his heart grew numb,
The faces of his family crossed his mind, his lover followed,
The times spent in heaven turned to hell,
The sound of her voice could no longer be heard as his perfect picture crashed to the ground,
He sought escape,
Now looking toward the sky,
He opened the door to his apartment leaving the door open behind him as he walked toward the balcony,
For a single moment everything became clear,
The stars finally aligned in his eyes only to watch it all fall the moment after,
A sharp pain crossed his chest as he could feel his heartbreaking,
Lost in the depth of knowing,
not being able to see her eyes the way they once sparkled,
Knowing another again would never be another again,
He spoke to the heavens only to find his angel grown mute,
Again he asked the wind what's time,
No reply was given,
He leaned over the balcony free falling towards the ground that once kissed his feet,
Hoping the next destination he reached was better than the one he suffered here,
As he soared through the air the air began to taste different,
The lights that twinkled dull once before turned bright,
As before he hit the ground he realised the answer to his question as he looked back at vanity in retrospect

? By Kewayne_Wadley On 5/12/2014 5:35:38 AM
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