Souls, jitter

Souls, jitter

A Poem by Calypso

I was burned again.

Easter’s night and fool’s dawn

Hands griping together,

femininity for that!

 

No new words, a mixture-

for that, with us.

Accidentally passive,

allegedly a liberator.

 

Sufficient thought or deduction

For everything you can’t understand,

there’s a division of the mind.

 

For everything you can’t understand,

there’s a city buried under your feet.

A radical thought or belief,

within your head, dormant.

 

Sweep within connections,

settled within faults

splitting a sin.

Divine, a sweetest taste.

 

© 2013 Calypso


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So a sin can be divine,.. It expresses very well thoughts of a soul in love

Posted 8 Years Ago


For everything you can't understand.
There's definitely an explanation.
It may just take a lot of mind-bending introspection.

But ahhh, that one little moment of purely divine understanding.

Worth it.

Even if it just makes for more questions.

Digging is the only truely enjoyable thing there is.

Sometimes people have a tendancy to believe that there aren't answers to everything.

Bullshit, dig a little deeper. Just stretch your psyche to it's limits one more time.

Posted 9 Years Ago


AlchemicPlutonian

9 Years Ago

By the way, absolutely love the piece. (If that wasn't implied).
Calypso

9 Years Ago

Thank you so much! I'm glad that you liked it.
Wonderful write! =)

Posted 9 Years Ago


Calypso

9 Years Ago

Thanks! i'm going to check out some of your things here soon.
MandaBear

9 Years Ago

Your welcome I had a great time reading it!

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