Keep Going


A frustrated drawing using semi-hard pastels. I initially took it as a complete disappointment, but decided that sharing even the bad moments will do me good. Below is a new poem. Many of the newer ones happen to be longer, so sorry to anyone who may actually bother reading these things…lol All the months I went without writing anything have just been made up for I guess.

 
The Queen Piece

By some intuitive sense
That barely, just visible ripple of a hint
Step once here, do one small bit and a
Full ordeal readily wheels you in

The sight behind each blink betrays every turn’s conclusion

Always how it happens, you are there to take the hit
Equally – endlessly knocked silly off your feet
Ever slipping on the mirror as it bends with inward cringe
And now you’ve shown some skin and the
Reaching grins and helpful hands of demons turn to clench
Breathless, their possessive grip

With motive to undo and chew you up

But as a weak, unwoven light, you rationalize the sacrifice
You say ‘well deserved punishment’, hungers always to resist
This is not about a simple edge
It’s about the sweat and constant blood run heat
Extreme purification – its thoroughness never complete
To melt and remold soul deformities
And even as you boil and burn in agony

Even as you realize you’ve gotten carried away…

Always how it happens as you’re who pulls the strings.
The queen piece and sole creator of your griefs
You construct then foretell the catastrophic dream
It’s a disciplined surfacing – strict and most unkind
Your satisfied, depraved mind and deprivation with a spice
Steady ground these knots and dagger points allow

To resurrect in the flames of death and find your own way out

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2 responses to “Keep Going

  1. I’m not sure if this will be your cup of tea but after reading that poem this song came to mind:

    Slipknot – Tattered & Torn

    I love your use of colour in your art, it’s always a vibrant feast for the eyes!

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