Friday, March 16, 2012

as if it were

as if it were a story of sadness. as if it were a story at all. as if this was a letter written by fate. a contradiction between living and to live. by nature of response and the character one sought to be true by its root cause.

causal despair is the fault at cause. temporary is eternity. as time took a plunge into the abyss of uncertainty. the vacant vacation our minds took, to the very end of conundrums. the only cavern that echoes a thousand questions a thousand times of a thousand worries. if not the questioning of one's sanity bringing complexities to a halt, a pause of a cause that share it's fault to the cauldrons and the vaults of complicated locks.

question is the end result of promises unkept. like the promises of love by tousled hairs, windy moonlit nights, charming conversations and lust of luxury. this, merely only a sentiment, a treasure trove of delightful endings and romances of epic proportions. sweet whispers and slow promises uttered by lips of coincidence in confidence. you are your only confidant. like a lock pendant, you are independent of other thoughts and trails to no avail. available only what celluloid can offer at just.

at the end, we were only subjects. subjected to an insurgence of feelings, mostly melancholia. a brand of show and paraphernalia of the flora and fauna of fate. the colors paint daubs of likeness unto the canvas of conceptual ideas and the written history of existential cause.

in a veil of common questions raining down like hails from hell underneath. stating the irreverent and resplendent succinct answer of dystopia in abandonment, learning only to live and to love as if it were utopia. as if it were a story of happiness, as if it were a story if not at all. this is a letter written by fate.

as if it were written with a broken heart.

2 Comments:

Anonymous N infatuated

by it's root cause.

*its

Tuesday, April 24, 2012 2:09:00 AM  
Blogger zariq zin infatuated

Thank you Grammar Nazi.

Tuesday, April 24, 2012 11:43:00 PM  

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