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as time stood still

My pen finds pause
my body is broken,
a weighted horror
cleaves my breast

The strings of hope sliced
as I put dreams to the sword,
but hands now whisper to stars
across a fabric brushed heaven

Tomorrow is a lie of mysteries
today is in the now of knowing,
Like burning comets the pain
thrashes into my hearts core

A journeys end now nears
the roads all find dead ends,
revived from a morass of mourning
eyes are filled with oceans

A dirge plays and dances
in a procession free of flesh,
as shadows carry me home
infinitesimal tears find silence

I am weary of time
I've smashed the clocks
crushed every watch
tick tocks, now stopped

With the enemy defeated
I forge ahead untimed,
wild and finally free
uncaged from fear and doubt

In truth tomorrow has been
gone in thousands of minutes,
the sandman flies in golden dust
that's now sparkling my eyes
In sleep I shall find eternities gate
holding it open yet never entering,
until your hand slips into mine
time my love will stand in my mind

Until we meet again ...

Copyright © Jayne Eggins


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  1. Date: 10/2/2015 9:40:00 PM

    Jayne, I chanced upon an old poem of mine that you had commented to back in 2012 and it got me to remembering you. I think you had been very sick at that time. are you doing ok now? This one shows a lot of suffering you have gone through. This is a very well written poem and I pray you are ok.
  1. Date: 9/9/2015 2:37:00 PM

    Jayne, thank you for sharing. A pleasure to read... SKAT
  1. Date: 9/7/2015 4:07:00 PM

    Wow, what an awesome poem and no one commented on it? I'm shocked. This is so well written and so powerful.