Two Roads

Two Roads

A Poem by Alisa Js

was it only about existentialism
and not about destiny

which bled from this pen and into the core
of everything I knew and believed in, so far

looking back, our memories reacted
and with time
slid around,
rolling across days and into the night
stone blind, without eyes

blast of nocturnal

blazing with fury we dare not touch yet
as our thoughts kept pressing for daybreak

muscle memory taunts
resisting ridicule against kismet,
naked abandoment of senses
and we're flat out spent against sunset

I still want to believe
back to the moonlight if you please...

© 2017 Alisa Js



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It is a free-verse poem in which you have expressed your thoughts clearly. I like the last two lines from this piece. Nice. Thanks for sharing, Alisa.

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szhzia

Posted 2 Months Ago


Alisa Js

2 Months Ago

Thank you, S for your time and comments...

I will be by soon

Alisa
SZHZIA

2 Months Ago

Was my pleasure and you are welcome
The need to believe ousts logic in a sentimental coup d' etat more times than presidents in a south American banana republic, in those with romantic veins. It has always been so.
I agree with Willard; this is rich in content and deserves more than one read Alisa.
Excellent poetry my friend
:)

Posted 3 Months Ago


Alisa Js

3 Months Ago

Thank you, Tony...

Always a pleasure to read your thoughts.

Wishing yo.. read more
The kind of piece I need to read again to really get in full. I liked "muscle memory taunts" Thanks.

Posted 4 Months Ago


Alisa Js

4 Months Ago

Aloha Matt,

I hope the message was clear that I was attempting to convey...
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Matt

4 Months Ago

It's just rich. The overall message is there. I had to look up "kismet".

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