Tag Archives: Benjamin Dettmar

Reverie

As I lay in silent meditation Brilliant images rise through the mist Streaming from the deep vaults of memory Ancient imprints Marking me like burning brands Slowly churn as if before my eyes Vague, unformed smoke Yet stirs within me … Continue reading

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Shadow

Evanescent phantom What demon are you Swelling forth From the well of time Angelic terror Your obsidian gaze Scorches like fire My silent ardor A burnt offering From that voice Slightest breeze of autumn Springs an aeon of cruelty Faint … Continue reading

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Cauldron

Acute rape of the mind Breaching the haunt of anxiety Unleashing discord Upon tranquil seas Conducting chords of anguish Echo through inner sanctums Cleaving deep rivers In venerated idols Deafening hammer of judgment Unfolding in another’s gaze Branding the soul … Continue reading

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朝焼け (Asayake)

Omnipresent darkness Enfolding the earth in silence Depleting the canvas of evening A cloak which covers all Dim azure return Encroaching upon emptiness The slow unfurling of a palm Releasing captured shadows In restored whispers of life The pulse of … Continue reading

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