Leviathan

I will never forget

That you left my hand

When the boat was sinking

That you let me drown
 
My hope stopped breathing
 
I silently screamed 
 
In the mouth of the ocean 
 
Arrived Leviathan 
 
From the core of blue and black 
 
Roared 
 
In waters of death 
 
Limbs surrounded my neck 
 
Choked me in depths 
 
Sharp denticles 
 
Hacked my flesh 
 
His throat quaffed
 
The blood I bled 
 
He dragged me down 
 
In waters of perdition
 
My blood turned black 
 
His eyes rolled back 
 
His fangs were pressed 
 
In to my chest 
 
He whispered your name to me 
 
His limbs thrust my bleeding neck 
 
It was you, who fed me to him 
 
I came to life and then came to death. 
 
© Aniket More
 
 
 
 
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The Goddess Of Deceit

Oceans bleed in cold waters

Parasites breathe in open mouths

Broken hearts swim on brims of yesterday

Drops of moisture consume the pain

My tears are not wet, but the thoughts are

I told her to not open the box, but she did

I mistook her for a goddess

She appeared and vanished

In the season from which she was born

The box never closed since then.

© Aniket More

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