Entirety (The Whole)

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The sights of ourselves still shape us to divide,
immediate response to the craves and madness,
we feel the way we feel but tonight it's you inside,
burried in the senses out of the lightness.

And days are still days but the trouble collides,
for all the reasons we chose not to revile,
and all our fears, childlish alike,
echoing through our minds, rejecting denial.

Stay where you are and drown me in you,
miles after miles, shades of white inside our eternal black,
I will press harder, until I throw myself into,
to all the senses that still bring us back.

The sights of ourselves still shape us in time,
arosed from nothingness, dust and defect,
hold me, keep me, until I am still inside,
restraining my whole being from disconnect.

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keith jeffries

Sat 22nd Feb 2020 19:17

Dragan,

Thank you for this explanation. I look forward to reading more of your poetry.

Thank you again

keith

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Dragan Bozilov

Sat 22nd Feb 2020 17:58

Thank you a lot Keith!

Anyway, an inspiration came from imagining two people in different sides of the world, different personalities, time (or age), but living, breathing, feeling and seeing the world as one, without knowing it. The execution of the idea is based on that moment when they realize the truth. From that moment on, until the last breath, only the two of them are capable to make the one whole, until the last atom in their body colapse.
It can be also seen as a tribute to equality, empathy and unitedness in people, regardless of race, sex, religion, political or socioeconomic status.

Greets,
Dragan

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keith jeffries

Sat 22nd Feb 2020 15:50

Dragan,

An interesting poem which requires some thought. I shall read it several times as I seem to be missing something which I believe to be relevant. You seem to be skirting an issue, which I find even more interesting.
Thank you for this
Keith

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