Far, But Not Away
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tejaswinidivyanA passionate, fragmentary girl, maybe?
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Far, But Not Away

by tejaswinidivyan

"You write so well", He said

Raising his head up to the stars

While his knuckles made contact with the walls

He whispered

"I wish I'd read these before,

So I knew what it was like to be In love, with you; you and I, for eternity Instead of shutting out myself, closing in, indoors"

As blood trickled down, he looked up once again,

"I'm sorry, but how can I undo, what has been done?

How do I get you back, from the land of moon and sun?"

With a cracked voice and a heaving chest

Tears streamed down his face.

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9 months agoReply
Whoa. That was the first thing that came to my mind. This tragic, yet beautiful message creeps down into our souls playing a scene of horror, but is preprocessing in our minds. This is a fabulous story.

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9 months agoReply
AMAZING! I'm not too sure what I just read, but it's one of those poems where nothing even has to be understood completely because you feel it so strongly. I really love this you can bet it's one of those I'll come back to read again.

tejaswinidivyanA passionate, fragmentary girl, maybe?
a year agoReply
@bernardtwindwil How extremely sweet of you! Thank you so much for that wonderfully encouraging comment, Sir :)

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a year agoReply
This was darkly powerful. The meter was fluidic. The words were actually put into play describing a scene filled with tragedy and beauty. This is a marvelous interpretation of a horrific act. Great poem!!!