The Last thing I ever loved
Ever-lost in an abyss, long ago dissolved;
Memories faded into oblivion,
Age so mellow, in the pages of time;
I barely remember.
Time, with its antique pen,
Has ripped my home and heart part,
Sent many deaths of loved ones, my way;
Growing in its inspection, I wear an invisible cloak,
I barely acknowledge.
Endangered are species,
Histories repeat, over the ages,
No magic saves me from agony except a few,
The lovely faces I loved; etched in my mind.
I barely quit.
The dial waits in anticipation,
As it fulfills my destiny,
It is a long night, with stars born,
And the black holes prominent.
I barely bid a farewell, I know.
Time with its antique pen writes my eclipse.