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-A-ngelheart by Wr1tt3n V3ng3anc3
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-A-ngelheart

By Wr1tt3n V3ng3anc3

Him
the one
who staggers away...
from the bleeding sun
Him
the night
that crawls in
to infest inside...
Him
the prayer
that all innocence hails
Him
the blind
yet sees all things to fail
Him
the soul
thirsting for a drink
a taste of life...right before you blink


She
the heart
open and trifled...
tells the scar
She
the eyes
inside you preying on...
the needs you disguise
She
the dream
that keeps you under...
while visions teem
She
the passion
a ritual humming art...
mystery in emotion


Listen to the stone
echo its harmony...
Read the tree veins
 scripturing their existency...
Amongst the breath dances
Hear them spoken in a whisper
...Angelheart  the beloved sanity
...Angelheart the sacred place within the deviant

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Copyright 2012 Wr1tt3n V3ng3anc3
Published on Friday, March 2, 2012.     Filed under: "Poetry"

Author's Note:

open for interpretations, and if curious ask for mine
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  • Intoxicating Delirium On Thursday, January 2, 2014, Intoxicating Delirium (568)By person wrote:

    To me it seems like one of those I want to fix you relationships (maybe that's my pessimistic outlook, hey they could be soul mates, I suppose, the perfect fit).. Very well written and enjoyed the read.. Great write :)

  • Magdalena On Monday, March 5, 2012, Magdalena (1016)By person wrote:

    I interpret this in a few way's, pessimistic, optimistic, she his sanity to ease his self sabotaging thought's, he feeds off her goodness maybe? the psychic Vampire. Okay, I'm getting carried away lol...... Excellent write as always and very thought provoking, my head is in the shed once again. :)

  • Devilish On Friday, March 2, 2012, Devilish (4588)By person wrote:

    Him... She.. I love you .. How does one let loose the inner santuary of rituals in poetic perfection?.. Like this here.. I bow.. wow!! Scholar

  • Ladyhawke On Friday, March 2, 2012, Ladyhawke (643)By person wrote:

    I ponder and am left in complete awe after your words. These..... I am overtaken by. So enchanting. So smooth and graceful. As soft and fragile as a dove. Yet they carry a weight and meaning that is beyond what words can describe. Definetly another, (yet another), of my favorites from you. You leave me in awe, sir.


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