Cathedral

Cathedral

A Poem by Ada

Deer heads and snakeskins

Saintly faces and martyrs

Buttresses of stardust

Arc over lonely tears and sorrow


A feather of sanctuary

A candelabrum of comfort

Cloven hooves trample

While venom seeps from under

© 2014 Ada


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Added on June 29, 2014
Last Updated on June 29, 2014
Tags: cathedral, deer, snake, saint, martyr, buttresses, stardust, arc, lonely, tears, sorrow, feather, sanctuary, candelabrum, comfort, cloven, hooves, venom

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Ada
Ada

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I was born in another world, another time. There have been many of me, a new self for every moment that has been, could’ve been, or never was. A time wanderer and a weaver of worlds, creation ef.. more..

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