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Abyss Of Creation

The Unsigned Writer.

Poetry By, J. M. Lilin


Darkness is the first vision of what is to come.

Seeping out and about, like broken electricity in the sky.

Harsh marks of powerful forces that could take different oceans in hand.

Tides that rise and take dreams back into the falling laps.

For it has foreseen a vision to come that will strike the writer that lives on the bay.

Diving forth in the eye of the storm, the creator has come to share a memory.

Sulking in the shallow would not be an option for this creator is driven by imagination.

Look upon his haunted eyes for he has more than one story to tell.

He will walk out farther than the rest, to dive into the ocean of chasms.

Watch as it spirals about and around him, rising to show us the drawing of life.

Like a spirit whispering the likes of our souls, or a cage that has unlocked a rouse.

There will be such a rise in wonder that all the islands of daydreams will become stars.

Creating a path of preparation that has sparked out the hopes into realities.

Just watch as that writer leaves the path to dive into the abyss of creation.


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