A Poem by R.A. Youngblood

Et nihil humanum,
Yet something every skin can relate to.
It goes under, leaving a nutritional feeling
We all crave for.
When the sun says goodbye,
Aging room sends us kisses
To come and lay in warm and soft silence
And watch the dappled shade of the trees outside.
Spider webs are hanging from the corners of our eyes,
Catching new, yet not given realities.
Don't be afraid of the breeze,
Don't close your eyes.
You should see yourself, dear,
When spiders crawl under your rooted fallacies.

© 2017 R.A. Youngblood

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Added on January 19, 2017
Last Updated on April 22, 2017


R.A. Youngblood
R.A. Youngblood

Split, Croatia

My name is Roberta Anić.. I'm from Croatia, so english is my second language. 19. Passionate about art, music and poetry. Feel free to send me a message or something. more..