Ever Black by Brendan Stoneham

Ever Black by Brendan Stoneham
I fall into this ever closing infinity,
No one is here to see.
Even the infinite is mortal,
My head swarms with a million whispers.
Fractured me by myself,
I lift myself up on one side,
But someone else lifts me from the abyss,
A forgotten friend, a figure of mist.
Looking back, my eyes stay ever black,
Remembering what I’ve seen…

2 thoughts on “Ever Black by Brendan Stoneham

  1. Interesting. I read this, for me, as a dark reflection on the futility of organised religion and all it’s nuances ( my take). In my opinion I think it would flow better without the double use of ‘myself’. It is thought provoking.

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