A Divine Tragedy (Carpe Diem)

To whom shall I confess my peril
of that which doth with ease elude
a grasp of thought I fail inveril,
a moment left in soft delude.
To which way must I turneth blind,
from faded thoughts must I digress,
when all I live for is left behind,
thus know I not of days progress.
I fail to see at times and more
I fail to comprehend at best,
the passive grain that is my shore
to march of oceans valiant lest.
Heave shall burdens I ephemerally,
in eternal circles divine tragedy.
No longer can the end of days
instill that fear of heavens plays.

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26 thoughts on “A Divine Tragedy (Carpe Diem)

  1. To which way must I turneth blind,
    from faded thoughts must I digress,
    when all I live for is left behind,
    thus know I not of days progress.

    -There is solitude and sorrow in your verse today. Beauty too, but such sadness.

      1. In all fairness, humble pie usually is :D, juxtaposing minimalism only leads to more self directed inquiries, and frankly my dear, sometimes a circuitous train of thought is just not worth it 😀

  2. Beautiful writing! “…from faded thoughts must I digress, when all I live for is left behind…”
    Poignant…and real. Love it! And thanks so much for following my blog…I truly appreciate it…I’ll be following yours as well.

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