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Awake at last

I have found a golden gem in a desert. A shiny stone hidden by the slow power of entropy. Around me, time slows down and the dunes seem to freeze into chrystal valleys. The stones shining aura captures me and gives the world new light. In that moment I understand something I can't possibly express with words. The empty dome above me opens up to multiple size while moons and planets swirl in algorithms. Rivulets purl among chrystal plateaus, streaming through unknown dimensions. My gem is safe and free in my soft hand, it gives me access to higher planes of reality. Without words, it speaks truths that fill my innermost being with tranquil love and meaning. Curtains flip magically without concealing the world - they are warm and soft in rubin velvet. All around in the air, transient winds dance. Light is split into different colors and directions, exploring every possibillity until they finally fuse at the outset. Infinite sincerity unfolds in and around me and all joins as One.
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I'm a Swedish artist with many fields of interest.My poems are often about spirituality, philosophy, love, emotions and sometimes they are even a tad nonsensical :)I have a history of depression and alot of reflection about my self, conciousness and the world. I am introverted, honest and love to delve into the different realms of art and spirituality!My poetry is very personal and I never try to mimic any other poets.While I haven't explored the stilistical forms of poetry so much I try to work with expression and painting a picture, try to keep it as free as possible. Although I might try out different forms in the future should I feel to. Aaaanyways welcome to my page, hope you enjoy yourself! Any feedback or just spontaneous reactions are much appreciated! :-) more…

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