Trinity within my Blues

Trinity within my Blues

30 December 2015

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Fireworks game of stars

Coloured skies vivid flashes

Cool winter’s heating

 

Instill me silence

From the depths of Mother’s womb

Amnesia’s flowers

 

A pile of memories

Waiting to catch moonlight’s fire

Insidious rainbows

 

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Red, green, blue, closed hue

Punctuation keeps me sane

Kaleidoscope’s lane

 

I walk through dreamtime

Cast are the chains of my past

In shadowless groves

 

Hollow eyes perceive

The shades in between the lights

Darkness plays in squares

 

Tight-lipped goddesses

Bathing in sun-kissed waters

Emancipation

 

The old man bled seas

The whales and the mobs freed him

Flags burnt in red skies

 

You and I kissed sweet

The parting of forever

Between lips and teeth

 

Sealed in a heartbeat

Promises of stones and cuffs

Slinking pets’ cages

 

My mind a forest

Tall trees, shrubs, waterfalls crept

Stillness their white tomb

 

A story breathed hard

A death like many others

Penance for waking

 

Ten thousand spilled forth

Gushing from open gash fled

Tails and tales for Heads

 

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I gathered hinges

Old creaking doors I mended

Parts solace of whole

 

In between keyholes

Rays of light played with the sun

Games of promises

 

Three more from thirteen

Trinity within my blues

Jazzy end to days

 

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Morpheus – Sonne Hagal

Silence – Sonne Hagal

The Shapes of Things to Come – Sonne Hagal

Black Spring – Sonne Hagal

8 thoughts on “Trinity within my Blues

  1. Your imagination has no borders, Geetha. Einstein said: “Imagination is more important than knowledge. For knowledge is limited to all we now know and understand, while imagination embraces the entire world, and all there ever will be to know and understand.”

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