Tyrants Of The Ruling Sun

Poem By Giovanni Torchia

Let the universe swallow my slaving soul
As the sorrows surround the sinking shoal
The light lingers before it falls on my face
Edacious echoes engulfed will embrace

Sisyphean stars of sadness will defuse
The barbarians of Babylon will bemuse
Silent screams slumber in nomadic night
As the dogmas of deceit deluge in delight

Wandering waves of woe thru the mist
The blackness bereaves with a feudal fist
Apparitions appease the malefic mind
Idolatrous illusions a cancerous confined

The red moon menstruates the mirthful
A lunatic laughter of the hidden hurtful
Dimensional demons deft in their defend
In impeccant infinity's imperious amend.

Comments about Tyrants Of The Ruling Sun

Sisyphean stars of sadness will defuse The barbarians of Babylon will bemuse Silent screams slumber in nomadic night As the dogmas of deceit deluge in delight. very good poem full of symbols and fine language.. thlank u dear poet. tony


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