All alone I walk in the dungeons
carved inside my mind by misery,
and trails of dried tears run deep,
leaving behind the sultry nights, thinking!
Craving the deceptive self to ignore desolation,
I wander in the deserts where mystery fills the cup. Long walk on the warm sand withered the ego and I nurtured the nature in me.
Gruesome creatures strive to come out, insidious!
I carefully hold on to that distant humming of life, only tuned in with the help of a mystical being that has the touch and make-up of the Creator!
Like the abandoned walls of the fortress,
I lay in the middle of the night, wide awake! Thinking sleep will overcome my distress, sang a lullaby inspired by my fate.
Wanting to walk another lonely mile
I drank until I am no more in pain. But the dungeons are there forever ‘Cause I belong there and it belongs to me! Grand poems on Desolation Short Poems about Life* Short Poems about Loneliness
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if you and I were walking on a beach, you may prefer being mesmerized by the horizon while I choose to inspect introspectively the foot trails I leave behind!
A walk in the woods. Thunder in the distance. Lighting dancing, edging dark clouds. Soft rain thru the pines. Boughs dripping in the pond. Birds sounding bird talk. Many languages to be heard. Frogs in the pond announcing their attendance.
You may be a king, you may be a queen, royal blood may flow in your veins, born with a silver spoon in mouth, you may own entire world; still you’re but a dust. Sky may be your inheritance, oceans
There is no question. There is no need to teach me a lesson. No one likes me. This is why they leave me be. How do I know? I have neither friend nor foe. They sit in groups, And leave
Full moon night Sky covers with stars You by my side What else I want in this dark Holding your hand and Walking through the path Laughing at the useless talk Now a good company I have got Looking into
Above all, above the world and the galaxy There is God, there is wonder and hope We have God who cares and carries us away Where joy is always with us Most of all, most of the wonders and glory