Evolution of a Time

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I once walked upon a grayish beach,
Jagged were its stones.
But the shore was of no allure,
For it was stained pink, with my own.

And so, I now sit on the meadow of yellow,
The sea swings—inescapable, from the moon.
Of what wrath it wields, I cannot recall.
Tormenting without resolve, like the grains between my feet.

I see Atropos, her hands filled with broken strings.
—Laughing on snowy dunes—
I see a person in the distance.
Drowning.





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