Complex Ending


Complex Ending 

how much more shall I?
I, bleed into the pores of
your callus stare? [I]
wander through the vestibules,
of your detestable glare;
yes, you (you) are not even here
vapors of narcosis,
induced by; my own longings
{wants} that have no repercussions –
in between worlds, of relative(ity)
and fantasy,
me, (me) why; I am not seduced by drugs
if only it were the case,
unfortunately, I must see reality –
lingering, lost, love;
[no return]
your blistering gleam,
nothing more than,
a paradox of a dream
I; all but an enigma
holding on; to the bleeding seam –
you could have given me a proper,
vale dicere

Shared on dVerse (my first link up, woot!) 🙂

Featured Art, Walking Away: Artist Samuel Durkin


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Sharing the twistings, and musings that twirl in my mind. Hoping others can relate, or at least enjoy... To know more about me personally you can visit my website at Mind Retrofit.
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22 Responses to Complex Ending

  1. prewitt1970 says:

    Angel are you sure you don’t need a pet painter. I could just curl at your feet and bask in your words K?
    Alway a treat, even the heart break.

  2. Whoa you never cease to amaze me!!

  3. brian miller says:

    smiles…welcome to dverse….enjoyed the verse…you make some pretty rapid but fluid jumps in it…vale dicere…help me out….my translator could not translate…

  4. claudia says:

    oh def. she should’ve given you a proper farewell…can feel the pain in this…wonderfully penned and welcome at dVerse…

    • Hi Claudia! So nice to “meet” you. I have enjoyed many poets from dVerse and was excited to finally join in. 🙂 I am usually struck with inspiration, but plan to try to participate in more of the prompts. Thank you for your words and the welcome to dVerse!

  5. Ah, a proper fair well. Valediction: a farewell speech, often spoken at a commencement. You are playing with some really powerful images. Thanks.

  6. Thank you for featuring my painting for your poem. It’s never easy to have someone walk out of our lives, and this poem really gives the feeling of pain, and needing a farewell.

    • Hi Samuel! Oh, I love all of your pieces. I connected to this one in particular and I felt that it fit beautifully with my poem. I am honored by you stopping by.

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