Astral Fall

By Recycled

I was safe in the arms of an angel
Until she let go
And I fell so far
That I lost sight of where I was going

Up turned to down
Stars burned into streaks
Time fell out of sequence
I fell until the black turned to gray

I fell through a black hole
Where not even feelings could escape
Further from safe and security
Faster than thought

I found myself approaching a new dawn
Drawn toward someone I should have fled from
For she brought salvation too close to reality

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© 2007 Recycled
Published on Sunday, May 20, 2007.     Filed under: "Poetry"
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  • Mothkisses On Saturday, July 14, 2012, Mothkisses (77)By person wrote:

    This is mysterious, and the message slowly comes over me. If you place all your faith in only one thing, and that thing fails, you succumb to defeat. Bravo

  • HeadpatSlut On Monday, April 26, 2010, HeadpatSlut (307)By person wrote:

    I like it, nice flow. Scholar

  • missanthropic On Monday, June 18, 2007, missanthropic (26)By person wrote:

    spectacular per usual.

  • Dancing_Monkey On Monday, June 11, 2007, Dancing_Monkey (1288)By person wrote:

    Ending kicks butt. Good write all in all. Heartfelt and honest. A dreamlike state

  • dark_mistress On Monday, June 11, 2007, dark_mistress (19)By person wrote:

    That is so well

  • GothicBlack On Sunday, May 20, 2007, GothicBlack (199)By person wrote:

    hmmm.. Its been a while, i think too long maybe. Everyone seems to come and go now, more than the constent posting it once was. sad really.

  • GothicBlack On Sunday, May 20, 2007, GothicBlack (199)By person wrote:

    But as always, your work fills me with a kind of completeness? i rather sinking feeling only to be brought up at the end, even if your held up by the devil. Interesting to say the least, and oh so poeticly beautiful. ~gothic~

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