I call this an Ode to Chaos, but really it's more than that, to me it's a jumble of chaotic words thrown at a screen at 2 am when the world is quiet except for the music blaring through your headphones, there's nothing to disturb you, there's nothing to stop you, and further more, there's nothing to do except to think. As Charles' Dickens coined in A Tale of Two Cities, and as I will use for my own illustrative purposes here: "It was the best of times, it was the worst of times."
Read, Enjoy, and remember, the world is a more interesting place thanks to Chaos. - Graue
Like a sycophant, that's the feeling, something that was not meant to exist.
Even in the world he seemed empty,
A gaping, gouging, gauging hole,
Something that gave the world a sight,
Something that gave them a fright.
Like a cackling demon perched upon the mightiest of shoulders, it was always staining each word with it's foul ocher.
His head hung ever lower with every thought,
The silk noose about his neck pulling taut,
A man no more, a man is such a dull bore,
He needed a new sight to see a new sandy shore,
When the world is black and meaningless, what constitutes conviction to it's inhabitants.
A soft speck of weakness drips upon his forehead,
urging his neck to crane and raise his eyelids of lead,
Would it be that he was to be delivered or would he be dead,
Cringing forever as the second drop hit and he cruelly fed.
A million voices speak, a million more scream, a million more whisper, a million more sing, yet none are really heard.
Adulation, degradation, conflagration, initiation, subjugation
Words abound to give meaning to that which has no dictation,
Elation abounds but none to grace my lips as I catch the rain,
A tender hand on mine calms the storm, ends the old pain,
Insatiable appetite for the sated, the peaceful striking at the peace keepers, illumination for the blind, and all of this for no one that wants it.