Die here my dearly departed,
Force the heart to aspire to new
Conversation, fewer words must
Be recited inwardly, and esoteric... more »
Die With My Love
My love is of the heavenly straits,
My authors labour nights and days;
Their writings fulfil and fill the hard
Ways of distress and mild release.... more »
A different line was written on the sides of humanity,
Flaky flames rose to be cluttered smoke, proper particles.
I as a dead captain decomposed, and felt stiff opposition,
From the angelic companions always following me.... more »
My names differ in the way they are told,
Goals for eternity are these names for some;
What power prevents me from being aware
Of faint thoughts about naming and telling?... more »
A man can tell a different story,
Only tales are spun from the united folk,
As they crouch to instigate their terror
And the jewels of a lady that they know.... more »
The terrain was difficult for those in this army,
Injuries are sufficient to cause a row, and more.
The large scale of war manages but never marries,
Report to the captain when you are ordered.... more »
Dignity, the price of pain, will flash and burn
Inside the hells and heavens, forcing the physics
Of our lives, when we were in this world.
Some of our limbs are bones encased,... more »
The dalliance so severed my veins with fire,
The dilly-dallying of my life had just happened.
My virtues involved the system of joy,
The vilification of a soul was upon us.... more »
Dim And Divine
A dim car watched by the skull
Is shining its lights for us to lose sight.
This winter we are divine,
As hopping is made a pleasure... more »
Return to the kings of ancient greatness,
Kings are the captains of old nature,
Their royalty is diminishing.
Like them with fervour and heartiness,... more »
A lavish dinner has arisen from the depths of cookery,
One blade is too many, one knife can cut and kill.
The food of heaven is a dish too fine, and plenty
Of it is causing the belly to be satisfied, with the mind at ease.... more »
Directing Your Steps
He directs his steps head forward, bent painfully,
Like old trees with branches and wilting leaves.
All that rolled was a bartering blizzard, old and ancient,
Dealing pond water as rolling came from the moon.... more »
Dirty and damp, bumpy and loud,
A lantern has erased itself from despair
For its shining inhabits the globe.
They reside in the core of the worlds,... more »
He sounded disappointed after us,
Little men have difficulties,
Little fingers wrap around little men,
Who dine on your brain and shells... more »
Disasters And Deeds
Disasters excel when brilliant,
This fact is well-known and magnificent.
Deeds of the tragic command belief,
But is it not disbelief, any relief?... more »
Disaster is the sister of horror and noise,
Both calamity and sin concern us, one annoys.
Going to the mountain is disarray and food,... more »
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Discipline and training advertises the boys of stone,
Falling and kicking from themselves like ants and bullies.
Their conversations desire or lust for brilliant insults
Captured by the cameras of their eyes, shaking the planet beneath.... more »
Folders of happenings are commanded to act,
And forced is a point on one's soul,
As much as that.... more »
Inside their legion there is a diseased man,
Who keeps himself well - occupied, with infidelity,
With dishealth, and also he is utmostly dishonoured.... more »
When do cries bleed from diseases?
Where are the destinies and denizens?
My illness carried magic, little ones,
The little one will answer us suddenly.... more »
Dismay And Honour
With themselves the elves speak strange speech,
When dwarves discovered are true mountains,
True holes make volcanoes of gold and beach,
These are safer for the five dwellings of badmintons.... more »
Dismiss The Higher Suffering
Give all of your learning to me,
So that I may obey the strict side,
In this season when storms are rife
In the mind and the torso.... more »
Don’t utter disobedience when he speaks to your being,
Inside a heart is a staggering dispute for those looking.
This sense is like a garden of truth, one of piety,... more »