Unbecome and Be

Unbecome and Be

26 August 2016

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The mind’s flow

Individual

Breaking down

Components

Parts peering through the glow

The Self a construct

 

To destruct

Remnants of the Self

Composure

Meaningless

The Faith is to the Faithless

Only a con swept

 

Breaching height

Pitfalls of knowledge

Within forts

Steely courts

Restore in me my kingdom

Dancer in the Tides

 

Body lust

Your way to my flesh

Skin unmesh

Will me free

We walk together by three

The shadow ruler

 

Soul abides

By rules unwritten

Rock bottom

Inside delve

They painted the skies in twelve

Thirteen my stardom

 

To instruct

The fruit of sorrow

Hunger game

No longer

Biding by appearances

Unbecome and Be

 

Reading of the poem: 

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Unbecome – Vas & Azam Ali

Bardo – Vas & Azam Ali

Refuge – Vas & Azam Ali

What did you say your name was?

What did you say your name was ?

5 December 2015

 

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Time loops in waters

Relentless moment’s pursuit

Stillness in shadows

 

Aching belonging

Surface of the Truths lurking

Lost in specks of sand

 

Your face remembers

Within the spiralling sparks

The touch of my hand

 

Eyelids fluttering

What did you say your name was?

I’ve known you somewhere

 

Eye withered your thoughts

Braced them Amnesia’s bouquets

Fragrant memories

 

Nose puckering up

The familiar scents crafting

Pictures of me framed

 

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Ears glistening lobes

Shivering recognition

Stories from my Heart

 

I coughed up dark ink

Stark memories of morrows

Icy beginnings

 

You lent me ravens

Sight of hopeful Times seething

Painful the teething

 

I chewed again hurt

Hidden glass in the morsels

Of taste and of sheens

 

Driveway to deserts

Actors playing million parts

Screenings in sunrise

 

The fluttering lids

What did you say your name was?

Let’s begin again

 

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