The forbidden Crime

Please listen to Join Me by masters of chant

Haunted by the past that never wants to lay to rest

I have let the world torment me, and sacrifice the best

Part of my existence: my heart my soul

And hence I have turned hollow and un-whole

And now I hear your calls telling me to join you

Yet with those words life does lose its hue

Truth to Be Told:

And the truth is, in this life I trust only a few

But tonight I am ready to die for love, for you

So let me speak those words of mine and cast

My body and soul into this fire of devotion, so vast

So now we unite into life and into death

And our souls can exist for once in the dark yet never in stealth

So will the world claim us insane as we let love’s flame burn?

Our souls, bodies, and mere existence, or will we be rewarded with disdain?

So if I say let us throw ourselves into the fire will you follow?

Or will we endure the pain of life, its obstacles and its sorrow?

Now I know that life is not that precious without love and hope

And with those we learn to tame the soul and cast the rope

In the darkness you have heard my screams

And came from beyond life and death’s streams

Now tonight I join you in death, happily

Chanting the little verses of death willingly

So take my hand, soul and lead me happily into the land of the dead

Let the world claim us insane, lost and naïve and let the word spread

That it was on this night that I finally breathed for the first time

And due to love I have committed the most forbidden crime

[end of life]

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bellawritter23 5 years ago from California

You describe my feelings so well thanks for taking a ride within my head and writing it for me. I write this way wow we are similar very well done are you sure you are not a twin in disguise???

Voted up awesome useful and beautiful!!

smiles :)

bella


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Uriel 5 years ago from Lebanon Author

bella thank you so much. In deed this is the beauty of poetry: a place where we can all feel at home. Most of my poems are sad dark and dark (again).

I am glad we share the same feelings as well as the style of writing :D

Maybe we are sisters in life, feelings, and writing :D Glad to find you :D my twin sister :D

:D:D


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Nikkij504gurl 5 years ago from Louisiana

this is heartwrenching and beautiful. to love someone, to let down your guard and do anything for that person, to be with that person, i dont condone suicide, but in a pure romeo and juliet way, this is well done.


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Uriel 5 years ago from Lebanon Author

i don't believe in complete devotion to an extent of taking one's life, but my pen dictated and i had to obey ":D Nikki thanks for the comment:D


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Nikkij504gurl 5 years ago from Louisiana

i completely understand lol


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Freya Cesare 5 years ago from Borneo Island, Indonesia

I never knew there is forbidden and unforbidden in crime, dear Uriel. I thought all crime is forbidden. :P

Hmm... my next piece will be for you then. :D


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Uriel 5 years ago from Lebanon Author

Nikki thanks for your comment :D i wanted to type i don't believe in love ..but thought this might get some people mad :P:P

Freya :D forbidden and not forbidden is relative? who knows, crimes are also relative i mean what might look like a crime to me might not qualify as one according to others. :D:D i can't wait to read your next piece then :D:D

Hoping you are doing okay and also hoping to catch you once online on msn or yahoo "D"D


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Freya Cesare 5 years ago from Borneo Island, Indonesia

Done, dear. New piece for you. I will send my ym through email asap


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Uriel 5 years ago from Lebanon Author

will check it out wait for meeeeeeeeeeeeeee


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Spirit Whisperer 5 years ago from Isle of Man

An ode to the death of the ego. Brilliant!


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Uriel 5 years ago from Lebanon Author

:D:D hehe Thanks :D for stopping BY :D


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meow48 5 years ago from usa

first, thank you for visiting my hub page. I am one who appreciates poetry for it makes the mind stretch and think of things beyond all meaning and takes the form of a thought... a feeling. poetry is beyond my ken, but i am grateful to have been a witness to this. take care.


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Uriel 5 years ago from Lebanon Author

meow48, thanks for stopping by and for your support and comments:D

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