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.


Posted on April 7, 2018, in Student Writing. Bookmark the permalink. 9 Comments.

  1. Bridget Bishop

    This is good Lucy.

  2. I thought it was very good.

  3. Bridget Bishop

    This is good. I really like it.

  4. Sofia Cabrera

    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! ❤

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

  5. This is beautiful!

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