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WHITE PONY - UKIYO -the final chapter

WHITE PONY - UKIYO -the final chapter

A Poem by ClockWork GRIMM

Broken out of this breach, we'll follow footsteps across the seasons. I fall apart, unleashed in color, swiping at you; the unflinching monolith. I'll twist these tired legs into new movement. I am her white pony, swimming over her shores of sandy turmoil.

But she breaks her horses. Sacrificing and saving....

CUT TO THE END.

I see the world spit from a  cycle of f*****g and decay. Let me show you in texture, the things your smile lacks.. These leathers always extract the truth from us. Please show me your loss. Bold in casing; nothing more than lines and shapes.


And now I'm devoured by the cold wind you left me with. I see a shadow but no you... with these last breaths i'll take in the texture and shape of you.... as your shadow waves and rides off....

© 2016 ClockWork GRIMM


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Added on February 19, 2016
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ClockWork GRIMM
ClockWork GRIMM

alto pass, IL



About
I'm a writer by the name of GRIMM and have been a screenwriter, Author, as well as Painter and etc... I use a pseudonym because I have had troubles with people whom were offended by my stories and wor.. more..

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