Saturnine… (Poem)

This is my poetic perspective of loneliness.

Freed my eyes to the darkness, dominating to a branch of my fear.

Remains of dust particles rested around me.

Dead cells with ashes were wafting like those eye floaters.

It seemed the realm abandoned me, I was secluded.

Found no big hearts, minced my hopes, smudged eyelashes with bloodstains.

Diminishing opinions just swelled up to the nucleus of cells.

Blurring visions of optimism didn’t last long.

A tough call alerted the inner self, tugged a war out.

Thoughts upside down with a voyage in a puddle.

Unclogged by the strings of solitude.

Rising up eagerness standstill in camouflage.

For aught, care about existence.


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