Estrangement – August 28, 2014

 

The Entrance to the Cemetary Awhen did your love become this entanglement?
these barbed wire bails on a battle field
this corpse of beautiful ideal …
impeding me to freely walk …
to talk, to breath, to write …
your litigious tirades of me, me, me …
these endless heartless harassments …

are leading me into isolation …
and a slow arid spiritual death.

(C) G.s.k. ’14

Three Word Wednesday:

Entanglement, noun: The action or fact of entangling or being entangled; a complicated or compromising relationship or situation; an extensive barrier, typically made of interlaced barbed wire and stakes, erected to impede enemy soldiers or vehicles

Death, noun: The action or fact of dying or being killed; the end of the life of a person or organism.

Heartless, adjective: Displaying a complete lack of feeling or consideration.

17 thoughts on “Estrangement – August 28, 2014

  1. It seems to take a long time for people to understand they are merely a commodity to use in battle by rulers and generals. A good day is when you lose less men than the enemy.

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