Short Stories, Poems and More

Edifice

Edifice


Edifice – The Poem


Edifice

A grand edifice of a humble thought,

A penniless life, glory in death it bought,

Ravenous rumbling of hunger in earth’s bosom,

Grave understandings of vaccum suction,

Dark black, red, brown and white,

Dry sands and wet sands, granite,

A virtuos deed, a dime a dozen,

Gone, Long lost and forgotten,

Jasmine buds and roses red and white,

Dry sands and wet sands, granite.

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Life of great men is usually celebrated through autobiographical works. One such work which I find inspiring is found HERE

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