Munthasir would rather you read the works instead.
Dull haze of the woods, covered paths and leaves lay still asleep as I had been. Bright beams scatter blue across the creeping weirwoods quiet, as I wished to be. Strange noises from the roots led me to pieces of the troubled remains, dead as I would be. True soul gazed, lifeless had met the rhythm of none, to want a start fresh as I too could be Words remained at the mouths of two, both wanted more of the other, I had hoped. Swalloed by soil, a grave forgotten and life remained the same, as I, we are.
The nature of us is to nurture spirits of the alive. We all seek life and love; for death the most peaceful.
I’ll have to buy a thick rope. I am not with hope. Fix and hang, how easy to let go. Im going off the edge, try and say something to stay on my ledge. Tears roll down. A puddle I can, swim about and drown I want to say those aren’t for you, but rather I wish they were. I can’t see myself. An image of me, seems so bleak, I turn I sigh and I cry another down the eye. I sigh, this is silicon Almost stretch, my time. I keep placing another finger, unconsciously, I stay. Threads fray, so does the way. Say, Do you still love me? Did you ever? Why does it feel so easy to let go? Why do I sit alone in the dark and feel nothing at all? all I do is feel the warmth leave, roll down my face. Want a hopeful dream, want one to seem real heal. A change, can seek in you, I see. Lost in side try, hide A heartbeat there is So loud and profound Will I be found? I lay alone, the sound drenched, drowned.
Thoughts Can Consume.
I’m just staring at the dark. With myself and my tears. Nothing keeps me company, not the cotton, not the walls. Quiet literally nothing at all. Time is haunting, maybe talking words of which I can’t quite make but it points. I’m trying, I’m trying, no I’m just crying. To be so out of place, do you feel lack? Can you sit back and just let go? I want to, but there is you. I should, I will, I might, a mind of me in solitude of a thought. Not dark, for it seems so stark. I’m going to let go.