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Handcuffed souls on a deserted canvas

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Blue nude by Pablo Picasso Photo source: Pinterest

Blue nude by Pablo Picasso
Photo source: Pinterest

I wish I could paint
To combine the oils, in lack of words –
Handcuffed souls on a deserted canvas.
The turmoil of thoughts strolls mutely
And the silence seems oppressive
Tick-tock tick-tock
The dusty timepiece continues his cadence
But he seems absent too, the time
Elapsing stealthily
Recording another day of dissimulation.
Sentences crowded in the uproar of words
Make place to get out on surface.
The fireplace reflects images long ago saw
I’m numb – a wandering witness
Smoking a cigarette.
Where is the battle? Where is the hope?
They are deadened
By a glass of thick wine called anesthesia.
And why are we so cowardly?
We escape pain, love, sometimes ourselves…
Awarded for dissimulation
We drag along dusty illusions
Surrendering in the fortress of en masse sold happiness
Where we can fix everything except for the numbed souls…

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Author: Anna María

I'm just a normal person who enjoyes the life and I try to make a challenge of it every day. I love reading books, I love people around me, I like to study and to discover every day something new. I realized that you can be happy only when you accept that happiness comes from within, I've also learned to accept the life with all her gifts and all the ups and downs.

5 thoughts on “Handcuffed souls on a deserted canvas

  1. Enjoy this immensely.

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  2. BEAUTIFUL AND HEARTFELT … LOVE THE ARTWORK

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  3. Always gorgeous thoughts…! 🙂

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