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Gea Venise Oct 2020
Or so they say
𝒀𝒐𝒖 𝒋𝒖𝒔𝒕 𝒉𝒂𝒗𝒆 𝒕𝒐 𝒅𝒆𝒂𝒍 π’˜π’Šπ’•π’‰ π’Šπ’•.
And so I ask
π‘Όπ’π’•π’Šπ’ π’˜π’‰π’†π’?
HL Oct 2020
You can try to hide your emotions
Put on a mask that has a painted smile
But the eyes never lie
And a mask has holes to see
Colm Dec 2019
Skies too small and colorless
Waters too calm and chaos intent
The earth too round, too bound and true
Too much my hopes for you
Dear friend - Tone it down, haha!
Colm Dec 2019
Twist and turn, our woven ways
Make gaps no more to close
Let death be the only unweaver of us
Tied to myself, you’re close
Skein is a knitting/knotted thing. Or in this case, a for lifetime kind of thing.
Colm Dec 2019
No mountain range is worth the hike with you by side
Nor seat stays warm in conversive pace
Though it’s sad to see wasted such a pretty sunrise
Your particular light is not to my eyesight a pleasant taste
About an old ex from 09
Colm Dec 2019
Closing eyes to remain alive
No breath remains intact
With open mind over Pacific ends
No Atlantic hope will last
Colm Nov 2019
Where the sea meets the horizons shine
Inquisitive your eyes
Where your hairline meets your eyebrows raised
There also are mine and my praise  

The Vision - A Pretty Girls Brow Is A Horizon Of Sorts (Tess)
Colm Nov 2019
Stay your tongue to save discomfort
Stay your tongue and lose forever
The chance to speak of whatever it was
No forever lasts forever  

John Mayer said it best. "Say what you need to say."

The Vision - All The Missed Conversations Avoided Before A Fathers Passing
Colm Nov 2019
Falling stars always appear so far
So bright as they burst with their last dying light
How crazy is it to think that we, humanity
May see, but will never feel, their burning light

Just writing about what's beyond the sky

The Vision - That Last Second Sight Of Some Stardust Burning Up
Colm Nov 2019
Deep and somber currents cold
Turn beneath a calming surface young
As darkness subsides above as below
No older have I grown

The vision - A Pond Slowly Settling and Freezing
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