Poems by Kakera

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  • Sister, O Sister Weaver, how my heart aches
    when I watch you weave the vicissitudes of life...

  • Her smile collapsed under the gentle touch
    from that hand, pale like carved from milky jade...

  • Pitiful Maya, hunted by the Heavenly Host:
    proclaimed Tyrant who defy Heaven's Will...

  • There are two of you now,
    Ghosts hiding within the brownish green...

  • O Exiled Sophia, was it cruelty
    or the purest of any love...

  • We once dreamt of a world
    where the sun would rise...

  • I've carved your name into the rib-cage
    that acts as a prison to my tainted heart...

  • Is it blood or wine
    that dyed the holy rivers...

  • There are demons clinging to my soul,
    scratching and tearing at it...

  • Illusion (1) 1

    What truths exists within the clockwork of our...
    if not the evil machinations of cruel Gods...

  • His last words linger
    as faint yet resonating echoes...

  • The skies were illuminated
    by the blinding radiance...