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Emptiness

At night I hear a whisper that shouts
And turns into darkness, screams aloud.
And the sun that hides and mourns into rain
And the blood that falls from eye with pain.

The darkness that’s immense too dense and shallow
The heart that’s lonely and the heart that’s hallow
With each ounce of pain that tender a blunder
And the devil that dances in victory’s surrender

And the voices that echoes in gardener’s race
Where all thy fellows they rest in peace
Where an owl that fetch its prey in light
And yours is mine, bloods thirsty divine.

And I fetch you with my eyes closed
I know sometimes, your knees and bows
And the symphony’s soul that stays apart
And your body is a secret, your heads apart
I know sometimes, you feel as I do
I’m so insomniac and so hollow
And the scavengers & cannibals that follow
And the nightmare resides, will never call you.
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Submitted by Azalea Spirit on October 04, 2014

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Abinash Parajuli

Abinash Parajuli is a Nepali poet, novelist, music critic and a journalist. Currently, he's acting a CEO/Executive Editor at MuzBuzz Monthly Magazine. more…

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