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Aurora Sky

Aurora Sky

A Poem by Mizuki Tsukiakari

An angel, unfrozen.
Yet crystallized by snow.
Lonely heart broken,
Once carved from stone.

Ice chipped away,
Clear, coarse, cold,
To fall from the sky,
Flakes white as bone.

From the gray sky,
Angels of Darkness do cry.
Water, wet; fall as rain.
Beautiful Moon; Moonlight shines to show this pain.

Earth; blankets lay.
Trails created as feet pulled.
Green eyes to the heavens.
Black wings lay low; black feathers scattered,

To the earth below.
Blow brisk, a wind.
Pine rustle.
Death; silence.

White flakes from green eyes,
To ice over pale skin.
Blow, Cold, Blow; Frozen.
Black wings lay frigid.

Life from Death; Death from Life.
An Angel of Darkness frozen;
Wings lose light.
Here, now, fade to white.

A Frozen Angel, cries.
Destined to trek the land
Beneath the Aurora Sky.
Eternity; Graced with death, a gift of everlasting beauty.

Mizuki Tsukiakari

© 2013 Mizuki Tsukiakari

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Beautiful yet intriguingly seeping with darkness. I would really like to know what made you write this piece of work Mizuki! I recommend that you to send it to a publisher.

Posted 6 Years Ago

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An intricate piece... Visually impactful, and I love the twisting between the light and the dark, the frozen and the changing, and the image of white flakes drifting down from the sky, as a heart is utterly broken.
Shattered yet so lovely...

Posted 6 Years Ago

Mizuki Tsukiakari

6 Years Ago

Thanks for the review : )

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Added on November 6, 2013
Last Updated on November 6, 2013


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