Poetry

CUSTODIANS

Watch the babies grow into children,
And the seeds to full grown plants,
We survey the earth, it will obey,
As the winds of creation still chants.

Groom the children to become adults,
Release the sun to give joy,
It will obey, the earth we survey,
And take out what we have to destroy.

Command the rains to pour down the sky,
Expel the stars to shine bright,
We survey the earth, it will obey,
So that all dwellers will be alright.

Bury bones and flesh of the lost ones,
Give a chance for their rebirth,
It will obey, the earth we survey,
We are the custodians of the earth.

LARDO

 

I am just an empty case walking
A fish drowning in water
To each step I take, my will I break
Am suffocating, my words stutter

Distance is breaking this connection
Feeling lost, can’t find my way
My will I break, to each step I take
Am growing apart, like Z from A

In my quest to refill the long lost
I was blind to the best clue
To each step I take, my will I break
Ignorance made my Joy become blue

I started my quest from the treasure
All the while, my heart was near
My will I break, to each step I take
She kept it safe, goodbye my nightmare

 

SHUGAR

 

 

Who are you, what name should I call you?
Is it the totem bearer?
This sky is mine, it’s for my own line
Stop beating your chest any nearer.

I own the fields your wards call playground.
I will trade darkness for light
It’s line for my own, is this sky mine?
Question your conscience, question it’s night.

Hail not yourselves, you unworthy words
fetch not those stars fading black
This sky is mine, it’s for my own line.
Tell of those footpaths seen at the park.

I ask again, what should your name be?
You disgraceful shirtless being.
It’s line for my own, is this sky mine?
Why do your tails appear in the scene?

 

Ruddapoet [TRCP]

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