Hello internet world! Are you feeling like some art & poetry? Here’s the second installment of this week’s features. Enjoy!
The Secret Keeper by MagpieMagic
Broken Bodies Have No Rythm, Broken Minds Have No Ryhme
“I just can’t do it” she said to herself, “It hurts too much. I don’t think I can move.”
Having given up on the feat of befitting herself, she resigned to her bed where she remained stagnated for hours. The previous day she had worked-out so hard that reality pummeled her awareness with the insidious truths of her decline from wellbeing. Now, under duress, she lay helpless on one of the many instigators which mirrors her state. A prisoner of futility. An exile of her own desires. What hope she held dear has been dissipated by personal injury.
“I’m not as young as I used to be,” she thought to herself.
In fact, it was her complacent position in her own life which lead to this and deep down, she knew it. An excuse to give up was in order, however. After all, there is an abundance of pity to be had. Self inflicted or otherwise, passive acceptance has long since surpassed willful adaptation, which too, she well knew.
“Oh, well.” she sighed, “At least I tried.”
Shrugging off her efforts in an attempt to get on with life, she slowly arises and hobbles out of the bedroom to sit on the couch and watch T.V.
The Traveller by Angel Gold
Spock’s Vision by Misty Lackey
Misunderstood like a sour apple needs seed.
Broken like a rag doll needs arms.
Driving like a wheel on the road.
Cold like the warm sun.
Withered like a flower on wet snow.
Digested like a stomach without food.
Destroyed like the twin towers located in
New York City.
Bended and torn like a sideways train.
Wasted material for the left brain.
On-board this madness the butterfly dwells.
Captivating colors webs of enchanted dance.
Where am I? This girl calls herself the bee
she swims on my words vacationing for
honey built like a mechanical bomb
ready to expose the truth.
Let there be life beyond the stars
glows time countless space I know.
Not a Care in the World by phatpuppy
The love has gone by Tatiana Kurnosova
a pear in love by Ingz