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Lifeless Soul Wives

written by: Jecht Fair

@jechtfair

 

When we toss and turn at night,
they beckon from the window pane with plight,
red and blue lip stick kisses,
Valkyries soulless eyes cause feverish fright.

Run down the dark hall of low hanging light,
every heart beat tasking - hastily remaining forcefully slight.

Fallen - to you - to her - to the fight,
i can't do anything right...

Kindness from your soft touch,
i do not deserve a willing heart to quiver - ever so much,
but these are the moments we crave as such,
fleeting and tantalising to the warmth of your lifelines crutch.

We want you in the daybreak,
tormented by your mind ache,
knowing not what you do or how you take,
from your love ones innate mistake.

Jecht Fair

Jecht Fair

I am an author and poet who wishes to share beauty with a world in which i believe has lost sight of the truly important goals. The attainment of perfection through the medium of literature, poetry and art. To attain an understanding of the human form in all of its aspects, good and bad, even the mediocre and seemingly unimportant.
I just wish to be remembered as we all do, to live on through the vastness of eternity, even when our body falls by the way side.... we still wish to fight on and that is all we can do as human beings who live an uncertain existence.
Jecht Fair

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