Abaddon's Picture Inspired Poem

I shouldn't be this at ease in peace,
knowing we'd never share our setting sun.
You traded in the breeze for seas.
How far back was it that you had come undone?

Weighed down by brought oars and course.
Couldn't quite catch conjured clouds to billow.
A time we eclipsed falls and shores
And lived off the land without treading a soul.

But like night you hide your way from day,
Though We had skies and love for one another.
Good byes and blessings May go astray,
But my heart will be with you forever.

Now run free the gamut of a comet,
For to save you from self is to let you burn.
Leaving you to plummet from summit.
Perhaps in another life you'll one day return.

The End

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