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The Gate of Resurrection – #writephoto

No feeling of connection.
The Gate of Resurrection
Holds nothing but deception…
He won’t be coming back.

When stars become erratic
And grief makes all life static,
We wish for sacred magic—
The power which we lack:

To battle death’s embraces,
To bring back stolen faces,
To visit darkened places
And color them with gold.
Alas, the stars keep burning
All hope, and joy, and yearning.
The planet keeps on turning
As death makes life grow cold.

Eternal disconnection,
No guide and no direction,
No sight of resurrection;
The Gate is sealed for good.

She stands beside it, hollow,
While demons feed her sorrow
And whisper: “Fear the morrow
As every mortal should.”

gate


University is awesome except when it takes up 99 percent of your free time=D I lasted about… a week? before I began skipping classes. Some of them are just not worth it.

Anyway, this was written in response to Sue Vincent’s Thursday photo prompt.

I hope to catch up with all my usual prompts/challenges this week… but homework is always unpredictable D=

As usual, thank you for reading! All comments and criticism are welcome=)

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Absolutely fantastic procrastinator. Creative, often irrational, hyperactive. Reader, writer, artist, photographer, film-maker, gamer.

19 thoughts on “The Gate of Resurrection – #writephoto

  1. I liked this response Louise, there’s always gates to be negotiated in life isn’t there…good luck with your studies. I agree not everything makes sense or is worthwhile but if you have goal I guess you have to play the game.

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    1. Oh, high school… I used to skip way more school than uni, actually=D It really depends on the country, I guess. When I was studying in an American school, I didn’t even think about skipping anything. But in Russia it’s more along the lines of: “if you skip a lot of classess but pass all the tests, you’re ok.” Not necessarily a good thing, in my opinion, but I adapt=D
      Are your studies difficult?

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