Poetry in Pictures

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Poetry in Pictures

~The ocean to the west~
Within darkened walls
I peer into the brightness,
afraid the heat will melt me.


~The stones in the south~
Naked and exposed,
rocks burn from the heat
of the sun’s relentless rays.

~The freeze in the north~
Forever searching
down paths best resisted,
it is there you will find me.

~The winds in the east~
Through moments of desperation,
I am torn apart and thrown
into scattered memories.

Office and residential buildings, including the headquarters building of the New York Times Co., left, stand in midtown Manhattan in this aerial photograph taken over New York, U.S., on Wednesday, July 7, 2010.  Photographer: Daniel Acker/Bloomberg

~The crazy in the world~
Loneliness is made better
by the realization that people are
quite frankly… insane.

by Phenix Jira


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