When blackness is accepted, may one learn?

The gravity of loss brought me to earth
Beneath the rotting leaves, I lay with worms. |
I wondered if I were of any worth.

No more to be enchanted by love’s mirth,
I with unnamed particles was turned.
The weight of loss bears down the heart to earth.

I could not rise alone but saw a path
While I slept a unity had formed
I learned I need not think of what I’m worth

My sorrow brought no guilt nor fear of wrath
I am both eagle and the twisted worm
In my little grave, I loved the earth.

Like the adder, shocked into rebirth.
I from silent underworld had learned
Not to judge the soul about its worth.

I shall not fear the flames of hell that burn
When blackness is accepted, may one learn?
The weight of loss breaks down the soul to earth
With dusty shredded leaves, we then converse

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About Katherine

I like art, poetry,history, literature,cooking,doing nothing to music.And conversation
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2 Responses to When blackness is accepted, may one learn?

  1. leegschrift says:

    That’s beautifully said.

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  2. Katherine says:

    Thank you very much,Leegschrift

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