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Angel of Mercy

by Alfiya Laxmidhar 6 months ago in surreal poetry · updated 6 months ago
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Do you hear me?

Angel of Mercy
Photo by Marek Studzinski on Unsplash

To which the heart break repeatedly.

Over and over.

Forgive the sons I know.

Harrowing are the streets for the dead,

death finds us through the raw woods.

Angel of Mercy do you hear me?

I call in the wilderness of the forgotten.

Can you hear my cry of fear.

My heart is on the breaking point.

Shattering and the blood overflows.

Hear my call and hear my prayer.

The need to feel like I'm in warmth.

Encrusting my heart in fields of gold.

Implanting a flame inside my heart.

The power resides in the heart that is whole.

Creating a space for potential to grow.

The flame of love ignites the dark.

I hear you now dear angel.

My dear of mercy , my kin.

You are here in my household of memories.

You are the flame that keeps me here.

surreal poetry

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Alfiya Laxmidhar

Love words and their origin. Like poetry. Rumi is my favorite.

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