‘Yearning,

This dream of better angels

has arose my plea.

Hear the waves of the southern sea

as I was my own queen for thee.

When the night falls in between,

here I look upon, to my tree.

Another day has silence

spoken to me for I have given

my last apology.

With a fracture of broken glasses

as dreams echoes oversea  

I dream of a lost reality.

What hides behind

could only be opened

with my hearts-key.

Therefore, these thin

walls has spoken to me.

“To be free I shall close my eyes,

Hear with the deaf and feel

my untouched actuality.”


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10 thoughts on “‘Yearning,

  1. Shooting Nebula says:

    Loved this transient nature of nights:(✿ ♥‿♥)
    When the night falls in between
    And dreams echoes oversea 🙃 amen

    Although I had a difficult time with the first line because I was reading it again and again as Bitter angels 😅

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  2. Pruuu says:

    “To be free I shall close my eyes,

    Hear with the deaf and feel

    my untouched actuality.”

    Oh goodness!! Too much bright and lovely one. You write true words.

    Liked by 1 person

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