THE MUSE: EDELWEISS – Poetic Pillars – Monads: Rhythms - IX - The silent teacher

THE MUSE: EDELWEISS – Vol. I
*** Part IV: Poetic Pillars – Monads: Rhythms***
[ IX ]
*** The silent teacher ***




“World sink
In noise, -
All seem
To scream
Dark times,
Chains bind
More evil,
- Slaves, bow,
Kings, rule; -

*** Root ***

Could you
Find rest? -
Tides come
To shore,
Waves wash
Dull stones,
Thoughts sail
In squeaks,
Their weave; -

*** Root ***

All but
A dream; -
You strive
To live,
With lies,
Through fears,
Then cope
With tears; -
Soul, dies… -

*** Root ***

What is
So sad? -
Each then
Must feel,
To learn
From deeds,
For good,
Like light,
Breaks evil.”



©Th3Mirr0r

(2018+ / 2019)


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Posted: Oct 1
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THE MUSE: EDELWEISS – Vol. I
Versification Treatise/ Poetic Pillars
Book I: English version/
Part IV: Poetic Pillars – Monads - Rhythms
2018+ / 2019 ©Th3Mirr0r

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