Through The Night

October 15, 2017
By Alonzo BRONZE, Bayonne, New Jersey
Alonzo BRONZE, Bayonne, New Jersey
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Through the Night
Shattered fragments 
Layered there were fibers of reflections of self-discovery

Half past the rooster's coo,
I entered the beast's dwelling

Through the cracks and slips
Amidst the moon's rise
He now a wild animal

I pressed the soles of my feet gently 
Like the free feather that carried along with the breeze
I wish I was the feather
Or the breeze

Carcasses findings he collected
Said it Strengthened himself within
Weakened me throughout

Gently, I sat amongst the ocean breeze and jumping grass
It seemed to turn towards me
The bands of grains crashing amongst the groups of rain droplets-
It cleansed me

I write to the outside world
"Until We Meet Again”

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