I feel this poem correlates strongly with our modern society ... a darkly, strongly embattled world that is personified through this poem.
I like that there's no grammar whatsoever. It allows the reader to find their own flow, their own rhythm or pattern. It is a very brave move, but one that most definitely paid off.
I usually critique, but there's nothing to critique, so I'll just point out my favorite line in your work:
"As hate bleeds love into the ground"... this is probably one of the darkest, most beautiful lines I've read on this site. Forget the fact that there's a poem around it, the comprehension I get just from this line says what a thousand poems couldn't. The poem is great, but this line stands out starkly, to me at least. Blood of lovers is always spilled by those filled with hate. It is a sad fact in life, and what will likely result in the failure of the human race: our incessant self-destruction.
Thank you for a read that will stick with me.