Transient Thought

Transient Thought

A Poem by Toney Vega

Yet another love poem inspired by the same woman of [Untitled]


You make me fall into blackholes,
That shoot quazars through my heart at millisecond speeds.
With more dimensions than millipedes have seeds,
These beams blast through my facade leaving me bare.

No more masks to hide behind,
You see my true face.
I wince and try to hide in my current state,
But you grab my cheeks and kiss my forehead
Making my skin flake and fall like snow.

"Where am I?"
I ask when my metamorphasis is complete.
"The End of the Beginning..."
Is your reply.
Taking my hand we navigate through eternity as one
I am you is us are we.

© 2009 Toney Vega

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Where is the end of the beginning, how do we not know that it isn't the beginning of the middle? what is it called in between?

Posted 11 Years Ago

Nice poem. I love it it's perfect for the group. Amazing made me speechless...

Posted 11 Years Ago


Posted 11 Years Ago

Wow, very powerful.
I love the last two lines:
"Taking my hand we navigate through eternity as one
I am you is us are we."
Very amazing.
This just became my favorite poem. :D

Posted 11 Years Ago

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What your poem lacks in flow, it makes up for in the galactic feel it gives. Although, I'm not sure how it works out that way, you're using highly scientific words to describe something that isn't very science like, yet it works out.


Posted 11 Years Ago

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Added on November 1, 2009
Last Updated on November 23, 2009


Toney Vega
Toney Vega

Richmond, VA

I'm an 18 year old artist who specializes in music and writing. All of my writing centers around my life at the current moment as both a form of escapism and a way to face things that are bothering o.. more..


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