Galaxies and wonderment;
Suns brighter than suns;
A collection of constellations
Woven between my fingers.
I cry sunsets and
Hold sunrises on my shoulders;
Like Sisyphus rolls boulders.
This is my eternity.
I see demons in blue light;
Dancing around the firelight.
I see angels with charred wings;
Heads adorned with golden rings.
I have galaxies inside of me;
Worlds they will never know;
With grass that caresses the feet,
And air that smells sweet.
Then there are the withered parts
Of me that I hope they will never see;
With monsters that prowl the dark,
Creations that I pray I will never be.
Stars twinkle above my head.
I look at them and know their dread,
For I am in the space of limbo;
A realm where the winds always blow.
I can feel claws on my skin,
Tearing to rip my head open.
Inside is found stories untold;
Languages only the angels know.
Here I walk among the trees;
Here I walk among fantasies;
Worlds of my own creation.
Here you know my imagination.