The Fairest

The Fairest

A Poem by Sachi Ruaya
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"Is the world fair?"

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The fairest

 

Sachi Ruaya

 

Shattered glass, uneven tears

 

Tilting buildings and shrieks of fear

 

BY your untainted hair

 

You join the fair

 

Welcome to the world with tainted air

 

~

 

Acid rain who erodes my skin

 

Living shivers that crawl down my spine

 

Burnt flesh �" unveil the rotting world

 

~

 

When London bridge is no more

 

And the lady is no fair anymore

 

Darkness is where hope strung us onto

 

~

 

Saltwater crystals tickle down my cheeks

 

And gather for the feast �" them;

 

Saltwater Crystals

 

I am  used by the amused,” they say

 

~

 

Welcome to the utterly fair!

 

Fairly, which is no fair

 

~

 

The urge to take you to a world

 

Where amusement parks give pity

 

Where death shrills and drills;

 

Only because its a shrilling truth

 

And where life is a dropping lie

 

~

 

A world where an utter of sigh,

 

Can lead to a flutter of strength


In an abyss of darkness,

 

Conflict, crisis, unfairness

 

~

 

If we had just opened a path:

 

A pathway away

 

Farewell, my fair

 

Farewell, my world

 

I will leave no trace

 

As I do not deserve

 

Deserve to fulfil a delightful fate

 

On the ones who I hate

 

~

 

Shhhhhhh

 

~

 

AS all of might, gluttony ate

 

And as beings’ fall

 

I run down the hall

 

For all is left; puny human nature

 

In which is a beautiful frame;

 

Lifeless, hopeless eyes peering at the jolly

 

With protest and unmarked sears

 

Farewell my fair, I will see you there

© 2018 Sachi Ruaya


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Added on February 28, 2018
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Sachi Ruaya
Sachi Ruaya

Victoria, Australia



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