Tuesday, 13 March 2012

The Monster and the Indifference

Afraid of your hatred
You gave the Monster
Pretentious indifference
Greater than vanity
Or childish curiosity
Her ugliness did not scare you off
It made you indifferent
The hairy mosaics of her face
Became air in your eyes
About her distorted figure
You could not care less
You made it transparent
With a single heartbeat
With an intense glance
She cut her heart out
To clean and then revive it
While you were standing there uninterested
Looking into the translucency of the air
Burning without smoke
The immaterial essence annihilated
Captured in the infiniteness
Of the impassive universe
Until the light irrevocably went out
Of the Monster's eyes.

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