~Born in ashes~

I lurk in the dark corridors,

Absorbing the silence.

Often found stargazing,

Mastering the art of invisibility.

 

You won’t recognize me in daylight,

The rays hiding me behind an introvert,

Fading away slowly into the shadows.

I wait calmly, waiting for destruction.

 

I originated from ashes of hate,

Not particularly for someone but everyone instead.

The “good her” had always been weak,

I taught her to be alive when there’s nothing to breath.

 

I hate being in closed rooms yet it completes me,

Closing my eyes, I get surrounded by hundreds  of faces,

Telling me million stories that ignite me from within.

Wearing a new face each day,I’m a monster of a phoenix.

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  1. Wowww….omgg!! This was 🔥!! How you manage to make such deep thoughts effortless to understand!! Superb! 👏
    And I have saved the following lines in my personal notes. Absolutely loved them:

    ‘You won’t recognize me in daylight,
    The rays hiding me behind an introvert,
    Fading away slowly into the shadows.
    I wait calmly, waiting for destruction.’

    And super liked this one but deep meaning line:
    ‘I hate being in closed rooms yet it completes me’

    👌👌👌

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      1. You are making me dreamy! This is like a dream sequence!! Writing under the stars!! You managed to do that!! 😱 … i wish i could too… i don’t remember when was the last time stars were visible in the sky for me (lost in pollution, citylights and lack of time!) No wonder why i loved this one so much…it made it easy for you to write and pack so much in it for the readers to savour!! Well written!! 👌

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