Poetry {220} ~ JEWEL GEM JASMINE, WHAT IF YOU WERE NEVER ALONE?

What if you were never alone?

An empress or emperor blinded on a throne?

What if you were never alone?

In a sunlit room; walls feeling like mirrors
in every empty corner

Highlighting the psyche in it’s multidimensional rooms

Our mind alone; takes us at times further from home

When we’re delusional in the all alone

Finale, summoning the vanquisher of death

To end this interminable cycle of transmigration and karmic wheel

A delicacy of ambrosia

In the tranquil crevice between a space of thoughts

Crescent bearing jewel gems pure as jasmine

Grant the juices of immortality

And the only reminder footprints in the snow

A hug, a kiss on the cheek, a couple of nice words

A certain someone whom we can snug

The stabbing of loneliness

Whispers of my heart.

~DiosRaw, Amber Victoria, 31/03/22

“And in much of your talking, thinking is half murdered. For thought is a bird of space, that in a cage of words may indeed unfold its wings but cannot fly.” ~ Khalil Gibran

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