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The beautful ending.



Will you make us anew
when our blood cells so free
wash your universe
like savings of pennies pursed,
finally filling your jar of love
as oblivious lips kiss.
Was we worth every breath
that caressed cheeks,
whiskers and beaks
for your amusement,
muse and pupils dilation
in fulfillment, filling seas with
dies of colour natural.
Would you recall
the light in our eyeballs
akin sparkling skies
like a child learning
pictures of an angel filled heaven
dancing in their fresh
bodies with
their toy baby dolls in
soft, gentle, tiny hands.
Wished love fills you
and takes your
attention in waves
to dimensions fresh
as our petty squabbles
and delays tint our grasses
filling our homes with smoke
whirlwinds of death and darkness.
Win my heart dearest brightness
as thoughts bless
your collection of souls surrounding your
stage in this final show;
this end of days ticking bomb,
through tunnels
unseen and tingling
energy of new
beginnings.
Whimsy oh galactic friends
save our poor earth
from catapulting asteroids
of past planets banging heads
like tumultuous enemies
finally facing their
greatest fear.
Well set is the jelly
of this after-party
who's unstitching will
knows perfect timing
in its sweet divine sewing matching,
eaten like a cloth veil lifts
above a brides beautiful face.
What less cruel man's perspective
you take us in familiar bed
as plagues fills our bodies in
slow impacting lament
we walk to your house of judgement.
Wedged open minds weep
as thoughts of waves flooding the earth
leaving no stone undrenched yet scorched into a language of antiques made dust.
Wads of money, materialism, work, sex, relationships, giving sharing all gone.
Everything, everyone, futures all gone.
For the one true light and end of much more darkness.
Wonderful oneness in light
resounding revelations.
Winning powers of love
welcoming souls home.

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End of days.

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Written on December 01, 2021

Submitted by heathert.34240 on December 01, 2021

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Heather Lydia Thornhill

Moods and mindsets poetry. Published. Book in progress: Don't talk rot. more…

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