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An Eternal Nighfall

By Ojeswi Medisetti


pretty moon’s sight

ardently devoured

by the darkest of nights,

your stars are ruby-flowered—

the amaryllis in thy eyes

reflects the onus of a vast twilight,

will my transient life ever suffice

to water the cosmos of your paradise?



a thousand-year-old promise to keep,

slipping through lives like a dream,

getting high on my morish blood—

you sing of its intoxicity on my tongue,

how to live like a lover with no heart—

an eternal soul with no time to chart?

a god with no god complex,

let me pray to you with undying devotion

for an endless embrace by the ocean.


By Ojeswi Medisetti



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