To Accede into my own Desires by Lucy J.

Of this night’s eye or insanity that was dissevered, a divine satire loomed of an Iliad one day that was deemed as dithyrambic.
I cannot understand for it was bestowed through an access,
It sojourned amid passing, in dismay of the dynamic, it will dissolve of my dismissal;
I clasped my hands together, fingers overlapping, though I was not praying;
Acceding into my own desires, abased I feel now.
This wish was not avowed.
A little sight whisked away;
An ultimate desire for it to be granted—
And the piece of darkness that found solace—
Was then asunder.

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9 thoughts on “To Accede into my own Desires by Lucy J.

  1. Ooh, you totally pulled it off, Lucy! Like the poets of the older times which make you really stop and think and re-read it over, and over again. Wonderful job, I love this! ❤

    1. A lot of my inspiration is actually from older poetry, mainly T.S. Eliot and Edgar Allan Poe. Thank you for your comment!

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