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Poetry

Which Cage? | Poem

Cages not bring death upon,
Some let you alive for centuries,
Accept the darkness at arrival,
Accept the lightness at exit,
Nothing stays forever, yet, you survive,
Deathra, how many we made for us?

These illusions of cages,
Tickle the innermost fears,
I’m alive to see self-destruction,
Yet, I yawn at light to bring love,
I put on stake everything for love,
I stake nothing on love,
My cages, I ironed in years,
Have just show my aliveness,
Deathra, bleed a little of me,
I’m craving for decades now.

©sjwordsmith
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