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A Field Long Outdated – A Poem

Years go by, leaving us with nothing,IMG_1401
Heroic blackness,
Cowardly Veils.

He smugly sat speaking:
Tales of war by veterans of sedation,
Fables of triumph by victors of none.

But there were no larks,
No singing,
No bravery.

Where was he when the war had come,
Where were you when he fled to home.

And left in lore and legacy:

You are forced upon his quarrels.
You inherit his foe.

We lived,
We felt dawn,
But there was no sunset to glow.

Isaac Olajos

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The Clergy – A Poem

IMG_2450A common goal, to find a soul.
To wander not,
yet wander whole.

A group does gather,
to not forget;

such common goals,
we will regret.

 

Isaac Olajos

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The City – A Poem

Beauty built on fear of death,IMG_2084
Our hearts beat time to feel distress.

Chiselled names in marble tolled,
Build a god to not grow old.

Stand in columns, sweat we’re sold,
Carved to ward an end untold.

Beauty built in ploy of death,
Whom needs no stone to steal our breath.

 


Isaac Olajos

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