Tenebrosus, poetry by LCF-M at Spillwords.com
Pawel Czerwinski

Tenebrosus

Tenebrosus

written by: LCF-M

 

Erebus and Keket
holding hands, standing
on the perimeter, starless!
Engulfed with passion,
submitting to desire.
Embracing, becoming one;
creating Zelda.

Dark battle endures;
tantrums, silent screams
driving apart galaxies.
Surrounding, holding within
primitive chaos.
An absence of light;
Achlys born.

Disobedience creates fruitless
deeds. Cause and effect:
Dark matter expands universes.
Denying one
God’s
genesis, his power:
Limited creation.

Stretching out,
encased in elasticity,
into the abyss.
Soulless void
has no measurement.
Greedily they indulge, drunk
from the absence
of light.

The vacuum, waltzing
parents, lovingly embrace.
Children are playful,
pushing with no force.
Gods;
proud of their
limitless creation.

LCF-M

LCF-M

Everyone should have three careers in life; one for fun, one serious and the one that you were meant to do, the one that feeds your soul. I am lucky that my fun and serious careers have given me the gift of a lifetime's worth of enriched material for the pleasure of writing. So here I am in rural Portugal, living my best life with my beautiful Husband and my bouncy, brindle boxer Bert.
LCF-M

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