Written by Lost in a Dream
The buzz of everyday trifles
Swallowed by the sea.
The giddy heights had endowed me with perspective:
I read the black abyss with maddening clarity.
Master of my demons at last.
Or did I realise I was so small too?
I stayed long enough to catch a chill—
A sobering breeze breaking the intense still.
While the views were sublime,
The very essence of truth,
It is impossible to live here.
A dark and brooding hermit
In a drunk, informed solitude.
Too powerful. Too weak.
The beauty of simplicity resides in this poem from Lost in a Dream. It’s, perhaps, a stark contrast to what she’s written in the past for our publication, but her words are still as piercing and on point as ever before. A battle of the mind, Psychosis, brings forth human emotion, pain and the act of being at one’s end. Completely at a loss, the poet appears transfixed by their own mentality, their own psychosis. We love this piece, so if you enjoyed it as well feel free to leave a like or a comment below. Lost in a Dream has written many other works for Inkblots, including her gorgeous poem “Star Talk ii” and short fiction “Man’s Crisis”.
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