The Fairest

The Fairest

A Poem by Sachi Ruaya

"Is the world fair?"


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








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
Last Updated on February 28, 2018
Tags: war, poetry, humanities


Sachi Ruaya
Sachi Ruaya

Victoria, Australia

Also known as Ximeha or Young Lilith. more..