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And Minutes to Tell It All



And Minutes to Tell It All
By Pheonux on 04/14/2009
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Alone in my zone, my room, it''s comforting.
Watching as the life is slowly drained from the sky.
The tree that is captured by my window is bare,
exposing the nest of lies that it would normally hide,
to the world, but it passes by without a care.

Here in this room, moments were shared,
forged in the furnaces of Vulcan.
But the fire has died, the embers are cold,
and blackened now, no longer red.

So here are the times, that alone do I sit,
pondering ponderous thoughts,
reviewing what was said, what was done, what is gone.
The forgotten are remembered tonight,
when all else is quiet, theirs'' are the voices I hear.

Away with you, Scarlet, I see you know more!
For you, are the source of my stress and discomfort.
So free must I be, from the chain you''ve labeled me,
and no more can we see the other.

Oh G-d, dear G-d, why am I so?
I seek to know answers that you alone know.
So how will my journey from here go about?
I seek only the guidance, for without,
I know not who I am, nor where or when.


-Poems are not just words written on papers. First, they were words, written in minds, and on hearts.-

© By Pheonux On 4/14/2009 10:45:17 AM
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