When My Love Fades

When My Love Fades by Anne Orizu on ZenPens

As I love I lived
For love I tilled, a dry earth
Languished in paradise of disguise
All in a basket of thrice, the merit
All poured into,
Warm ocean of hearts
A perfect quadrant.
Carved solely to fit,
The skies of the Gemini sun
Say an oath of eternal fate
Beseech tons of laborious feet
Amazon warriors, feminists
Azure warm ecstacy, all wounds
Pierce on the carotid pulse
Reveals such fallacy
Regret, guilt, sympathy
Arose the walls of…
Left in pieces of mine
In hiccups bizarre
Love has faded
In tears of guilt I bade
The perfect shapes I have ever made

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