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Migration's Flight

I wave from misty bogs,
knee deep in frosted ‘love,’
as agony flies from my chest,

like sparrows…

and they take off

in search
of colder climates.


I once set foot on a star
named David;

he was Saturn:
encompassed in perfect

He took my hair from clouds;
and in night,
he stilled my traveling bones.

And just as a star,
he imploded,
into someone else’s universe,

to revolve around someone else’s sun.

but what more could one ask
Of a star so bright?


You sit atop winged seraphs
and stake your claim of might;
I am ever still, sculpted heartbreak…
parasitic from your height.

Is never enough…

And I never satisfy.

Sorrow Not, Sweet Heart of Mine

Sorrow not, sweet heart of mine:
love is nothing but a

It may give phantom aches,
unberable in their agony,

It may lay kisses upon your quivering bosom
until tears run searing cold,

and it may gift night your hazy, dying sight…

but soon;
this love will be
a memory.

and memories are forgotten.

Music has saved me before, but never like this. I dusted off my guitar and bled my tears into chords of music. It brought such relief, and I am finally in temporary peace. There are no chaotic emotions or thoughts, there is no festering guilt or sadness... just a muted peace. It feels wonderful to have silence from everything.
It has not been the best of days, and we can leave it at that. I am feeling better, now, though. I don't really know if any of these poems are worth sharing, as I wrote them in this moment of sorrow. If you have the time, could you please let me know
a) which was your favorite (aka the question: which one sucked the least) ?
b) which, if any, deserve perhaps to be posted as a seperate deviation ?
c) which, if not all, deserve to stay in scraps (I dislike deleting my deviations as they show my fluctuation and progress) ?

Thank you for reading. I am very grateful... though I'm sorry they couldn't really be good... hence why they are in scraps to begin with. I guess I am so insecure with my writing, that I can no longer tell which are good enough to see dA, and which are even utter crap. I am writing a lot of crap these days. I apologize.

( These are all inspired by the painful, Korean song Don't Love (me). )
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magalbagal Featured By Owner Jan 5, 2013  Student Writer
it's beautiful anf just so amazingly poetic
Nullibicity Featured By Owner Jan 6, 2013  Hobbyist Writer
:tighthug: Thank you so very much, my friend! Your words always make me so happy :heart:
magalbagal Featured By Owner Jan 8, 2013  Student Writer
np i luv ur work
Nullibicity Featured By Owner Jan 8, 2013  Hobbyist Writer
DreamAmongStars Featured By Owner Jan 4, 2013  Hobbyist Writer
I love the last one, Sorrow Not, Sweet Heart of Mine, and that's the one I think should be a separate deviation (if not that one, then Nephylym [on a different note, what does that mean? I'd be curious to find out]). None of them belong in scraps! All of them have different meanings, so all of them are going to speak to different people in different ways.
Nullibicity Featured By Owner Jan 4, 2013  Hobbyist Writer
-bulldozes you with hugs-
Of course Dazzy would be amazing in commenting on my crap work

... T^T you complete me.

:XD: Anyway, back to more serious notes: thank you so much for giving such feedback. I am so grateful... I can't seem to tell what's what anymore in my writing. It is very frustrating; especially since it is my only outlet for expressing certain emotions. I'm appreciative, though, that you could lend your poetic eyes to help (:

As for your question: I believe it's actually spelled Nephilim (since I'm a dork, I had to spell it weird). They stem from the religion of Christianity. According to the older view of it (not all seem to agree, however, as there are many ways to interpret the phrase "sons of God") is that the Nephilim were a hybrid race between humans and certain fallen angels (or the "sons of God.") From the many sources I've read, they are depicted to be evil creatures which poisoned, corrupted, and devoured.
(I wrote a poem about it because I always feel I am halved down the middle: I separate into 'half mine' and 'half their's'.)
Hopefully that could help~
DreamAmongStars Featured By Owner Jan 5, 2013  Hobbyist Writer
*is flattened from being bulldozed with hugs*
Really? I complete you? :iconglomp1plz::iconglomp2plz:

I understand where you're coming from. It's hard to write anything lately and it kills me...

Wait... that sounds like the book Hush, Hush. If you haven't read it, I highly suggest it. I'm not big on teen paranormal romance, but I seriously loved that book.
Nullibicity Featured By Owner Jan 6, 2013  Hobbyist Writer
;a; oh no! -peels you off of the sidewalk- Ha, (:

:tighthug: Quite! I do so adore our conversations; they can be quite random, but they are always fun!

That's exactly it. I'm sorry writing has been hard for you, too. It sometimes doesn't seem fair, does it? I suppose that's only because I envy those with multiple ways to express their emotions. I cannot draw, I cannot make music (though playing it sometimes helps)... writing is all I have. But, I just have to endure until I am able to freely use a pen again (: . I hope you are able to write again very soon, too!

Ah, well I will take your reccomendation and try to read it some time. I do enjoy the paranormal; I also enjoy romance... so it sounds promising. Thanks!
DreamAmongStars Featured By Owner Jan 6, 2013  Hobbyist Writer
Yeah, those people who can do all sorts of things... I can sing, but I can't like, write my own music. Well I suppose I could, but then I'd be at a loss for the lyrics and I'd just have the melody and no harmony and it would be time wasted since I'm not even that great at writing songs... Lately I've been writing stories, but I really miss writing poetry, because even though as long as I'm writing, I'm happy, poetry is where my heart truly lies. Oh! Did I tell you that one of my poems is getting published in a book? I don't remember which one, but after I entered that poetry contest a while back (you might not even remember, but that's okay), I got a letter from the International Who's Who in Poetry. Supposedly the book is being published now and I'll get it soonish XD
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