Cut The Cord

by End Of Eternity   Dec 23, 2015


There it is, Earth finally in sight
Reminding me of her again
With those beautiful blue eyes
Staring back at me with disdain

This descend might never end
As I may not open my eyes
Meanwhile I crossed million stars
While counting all those lies

Life been sometimes kind to me
Hoping for end to be same
If I could just land beside her
Engraved next to her name

There they are, arms wide open
Behind the silhouette of my Lord
Surrounded by white coat angels
Waiting patiently, to cut the cord

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  • 3 years ago

    by mossgirl19

    Wow, this blew me away. Beautifully written, a heart touching reflective write.

  • 4 years ago

    by Milly Hayward

    Beautifully written poem with great visuals and Rhyming flow. Really enjoyed reading it.

  • 4 years ago

    by alka mendiratta

    So talented and creative you are .We should see more from you.
    Reminds me of Near Death Experiences ..........with a perfect title.

  • 4 years ago

    by alka mendiratta

    So talented and creative you are .We should see more from you.
    Reminds me of Near Death Experiences ..........with a perfect title.

  • 4 years ago

    by Everlasting

    I was unsure whether to vote for this one or the other one. hehe. Lovely write. It's mysterious and creative at the same time. One can gather plenty from reading it ( of course with their own interpretation, perhaps not what it was intended). I take, the overall poem, talks about life and dead. I specially like these lines:

    Life been sometimes kind to me
    Hoping for end to be same

    ^ that's what hints about dead. The poem seems to come from an astronauts point of view. Finally, seeing Earth and remembering perhaps a loved one as he is about to descend. Towards the end, it gives the impression that he finally arrived on Earth and that Doctors are treating him but at the same time, it gives the impression that he is seeing the light. ( if you know what I mean).

    I'm glad to see another poem from you.

    Merry Christmas. ( even though is not yet)

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