My Own, Poem by Vivienne Arinda

My Own

For hate is strong and mocks the soundage
Of peace on earth
For I knew our fate was furnished
I have toiled to look past your flaws
Though you are a terakihi
But hatred holds me by my silky yet hard hair
Guess I no longer have a heart
Its a mush and solitaire
Take me back to archipelago
I squab you with a dazzling smile
Well I owe it all I own
The light in the hate keeps me growing.
When you take a step close to light,
I want to send you into the air
And witness your plumage losing its grip
For I have given you an icing of my time.

Do you know that Vivienne Arinda's "To The Dark" is the first poem to top the Most Read board on ACEworld? Read her poem here.


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Vivienne Arinda is a student, adventurous and infinitely curious.







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