Where serenity and solitude convey

“Serenity”

She has the strange sensation of been walking over thin ice
A touch of cold breeze flows in the air
A gentle and delicate atmosphere for the unwell

There is nothing around her
Only the remains of past lives
Most are made of silly laughter

Such is the past, capable of breathing great relieve
Such is the past, capable of doing great harm
Such is serenity, a timeless walk through life…

There is nothing here but thin ice
Crystal clear walls
The cold mist
And a dim blue light.

Nothing is made out of anything
Nothing comes from something
Something in the middle, something in between
Our existence is based on everything
Everything can turn to nothing when something happened
For an instance, love can be everything
Then something reaps it apart
Now love is nothing
And now. one is alone with nothing
Alone in solitude.

“Solitude”

Strange muse for the broken
Devastated land for the inlighted
Silence and grief all around

In solitude, she learned the complexity of life
A lone flower planted under a lone field
No horizon shining from afar

No judge there
No harm nor doom aether
Only blank

A whisper with certainty
A beautiful word left behind
And a thin ice path ahead.

The serenity in solitude
Now, she can feel it in all its glory
No sound, no one around
Only the thin ice
It’s time to embrace

She closed her eyes
Overwhelmed by such a perfect connection
The serenity in solitude
The unstoppable forces destined to convey

No judge there
A gentle and delicate atmosphere for the unwell
A lone flower planted under a lone field
The cold mist
No horizon shining from afar
Only blank
And a dim blue light.IMG_9831

 

 

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