My Environment

October 10, 2007 § 3 Comments

My soul’s eye, a looking glass
Blinks once in slow-motion.
Devil’s dancing with devotion…
Rising mirrored mass

Shattered, I am swept
In a wave unknown.
In secrets shown-
My body is kept.

Undress my skin-
Liquid mask of night.
Legacy of light
Coldness will cave-in

Shallow identity
Crawls in corner cracks.
Blinding breathing tracks
Pass through me-

One day at a time.
No longer does exist,
I simply coexist.
No reason or rhyme

I am shy, so silent…
Flesh dimension…
The attraction of ascension
My soul is sent.


© Sonya Rose

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§ 3 Responses to My Environment

  • philosophyoflife says:

    Your poetry is such a joy to read and an inspiration to all who enjoy poetic verse.

  • Ashutosh Jindal says:

    This is very good poem and i want to say somthing that i also want to do work with you.
    so give me one chance.

    Good bye and have a nice day…..

  • Sonya Rose says:

    Thank you. Currently, I’m battling breast cancer. I recently posted a poetry video in regards to BC called “Love Sky Nearby” – … I battled Lyme Disease before my cancer and wrote a poem called “Lose the Lyme: Save the Rhyme” – In the Month of May, it is Lyme Disease Awareness Month, so, I may post a poetry video of this poem finally by then. It is related strongly to our environment. Other than all that… my energy is so limited nowadays. I do suffer from cancer-related fatigue on and off, but it’s not forever. My 100 pound pup keeps me in good shape.

    Please feel free to share your creative works, thoughts, and poems anytime.

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