Two findings in one promise: Of Love without Regret. I cradled both, but only fed the former, Afraid that I’d forget.
Resplendence asks to rise above the ashes And know that I am still. Though, when in beat, I knew it not, Lest glory be unveiled. I toil and I tarry: how, too, could I be freed? In service to these shackles, I offer rats and trees. (They smell not of the Victor, He brings meContinue reading “Resplendence”