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when circadias begin to float
upturned on a stagnated river
and you yourself are heart down
with your crest fallen about you
then look for the end in me.

when closing your eyes brings light
and the sun kisses carrion
with your heart clucking openly
about some misdeed, some old seed,
of misfortune from its past - then

then, look for the end in me.
Hey guys, so circadias are apparently not a thing. I researched it and I was thinking of cicadas, however the way this word sounds drove quite a lot of the image in my mind... so I guess I'm going to leave it. The visual I was thinking of was a woman laying face down on some kind of broken raft in the middle of a not moving thick stinking river with dead insects floating dead on the surface. So I guess in the new word column we have circadias, meaning insects.

- It's about life, and 'kissing carrion' is yet another hamlet reference. ~SORRY! Can't help it. Love Shakey <3

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nightshade-keyblade Apr 21, 2013  Hobbyist Writer
Isn't your sleep cycle called circadian rhythm?
WinterLeave Apr 18, 2013  Hobbyist General Artist
imaginative-lioness Apr 18, 2013  Hobbyist Writer
Beautiful, absolutely beautiful :heart:!
Aw, thank you!!
Beautiful and circadias just makes this piece even more unique :D
vampeer1 Apr 17, 2013  Student Traditional Artist
man! i need to start reading Shakespeare:) great writing, btw:bow:
:giggle: I love Shakespeare... and its funny when I go to the Globe, or Stratford, and I touch things he would have touched or see things he might have seen, I feel like home... like he's family.
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