The ashen mirror that reflects our world,
The support, the barrier, and the gateway,
A resting mosaic of serenity,
A whirling portrait of distraught,
And the connection of two contrasting worlds.
A slice in the silence, pain shoots from the wound,
No shatter, nor collapse, only scars of a memory,
Accompanying signs of an unknown future.
But as the clock ticks, the mirror warps, and age begins to wear,
A hail rains down, beautiful cries and solemn weeps bleed from a frigid shield,
Miniscule waves and movements rock the support as scars and sounds are birthed,
Then, the pillars fall, and the mirror bends.
But even if all were to crumble, the only feeling would be sweet relief,
A cathartic collapse, the wound releases,
The noise is cut, serenity and silence return, beheld in new forms,
For the only woe an eradication feels is held within itself.