Conjuring Identity

Ciruelo Cabral - Unknown - A black dragon writing at a podium

Conjuring Identity 

i fancy myself alive;
then, again i declare myself dead,
i tickle myself awake,
and wring myself asleep,
i clasp to things of old,
drain myself of new,
lick my wounds myself,
continually seek some truth –

i cling to mouths of dragons,
who write out my dreams,
and i cause my crows to shutter,
when i melt off into unconscious,
i dwell, as a buoy;
in the center of icebergs,
but, drizzle in fiery flames,
my toe nails annoy –
dried clusters of earth,
from burrowing in the ground;
playing hide-n-seek with tree roots,
{connecting as One}
i found my wings dripping with sky dew,
a flight breaking sound –

i fancy myself a nothing,
but an everything in between,
my night terrors keep me smitten,
on a world less traveled,
my daydreams are manifested,
by the pen of my Dragon –
safely collected in his annuels,
until i am alive;
or am i dead?
rationally speaking,
all of the above!

About mindretrofit8

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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14 Responses to Conjuring Identity

  1. Oloriel says:

    An amazing read, you had me since the first two lines completely captivated allready.

    • Yes, Greg! Dragons! I was actually inspired by another dragon image for this one, but I felt like that image needed more of a story so when this poem finally came out I found another image equally awesome. 🙂

  2. Eva PoeteX says:

    I love Dragons! But this is not the only reason why I love this piece. 🙂
    “i cling to mouths of dragons, / who write out my dreams, / and i cause my crows to shutter, / when i melt off into unconscious,” <– What an amazing part that is! You've got talent, my friend.

  3. I am amazed at the brilliance of your mind — how your thoughts have manifested into one marvelous piece here is simply exquisite! It has been a while since I have visited, and such a pleasure to find your ‘world’ wonderful than ever before.
    *smile*

    • Thank you so much Silent Fingers! I am so happy to see you. I somehow lost track of your blog. I am following now so I will not miss your words. 🙂 I truly find delight in your poems!

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