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Cave of Nothingness

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Cave of Nothingness

Alone- wandering in Earth’s bowels-
Nighted caves heave and bellow 
clammy, cold sighs.

Within their antediluvian cores-
I seek the Solace of Despair.

Murky phantoms enchant disturbed minds
Those raped of sustenance, deprived of care

Finger traces in silted thoughts-
Apparition of
corporal artifacts yet remain…
The wandering envelopes me…

O’ lover, my lover
caress me
Caves of loneliness-
Ceaselessly-
Coupling satiety.

Moldy boughs touching degenerately-
embrace me
For wicked abandon I yearn
Unrestrained anguish I’ve earned.




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  1. Date: 6/23/2012 6:51:00 PM
    nice write Amy

  1. Date: 6/21/2012 9:43:00 PM
    good poem, Amy.