Haikus

Weeping o’er the dusk

Dark oceans caress the pain

of a over one lost.


Silver lullabies

with warm candlelights nearby

from Earth’s pocket watch.


Fallin in love with

Death and his clockworks, though you’re

still clinging to life.


Wide, innocent eyes,

dreams and nightmares fall for you

like lovers in time.


Listen to heartbeats

of the time I spent with you-

remorse and regret.


Siren’s wanderlust
calling from Earth’s majesty
whisper remedies.


Watching the weary
rising from graves, like candles
in shallow water.


Walking sanity
along the boundaries of hell,
a song for heaven


Walking sanity
along the boundaries of hell,
a song for heaven


Mother Earth’s sorrow
cries for her wayward children,
and I see your tears.


The fall of humans
leaves only the earth to weep
for what could have been.


 Bitter wind’s sorrow

sings fallen buds, silent leaves,

lonely candlelights


White skies caress gold,

and lachrymose from angels

like tears from white buds


Soft moonlight kisses

along dark, graceless waters,

beckons for no one.


Within sunlit shores,
fallen feathers, black and white
entwine helplessly.


Evening rainstorms
callously screaming anger
though gentle rains cry

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