Siege

Push aside the crucible of woes before it fills the vessel, And overflows towards the sacred streets, where life exists piously; Away from the violent ways and bloody rage of delinquent outrage. When a simple fire is not used to prepare a meal but to burn down reason, Treason for every season, as there’s no time to till the land with kindness; Where food is … Continue reading Siege

Indebted

Deeply indebted to nature For the existence and survival Yet, we have the oldest enmity Even the slightest overgrowth Prompts humanity to lacerate The soul of such beauty Many wounds have been inflicted Humanity’s presence increased Dominating every acre that was conquered Footprints went haywire Tinge of delight on the false sense of victory More of a blot on the Karma Soon the crucible will … Continue reading Indebted