A poem composed six to seven years ago, when I was quite a theist. Now a pantheist, this poem resonates with me now more than what it used to.
With my duty finally ended,
I now walk empty-handed
Nothing gained and everything lost
I made the mistake and I have paid the cost
I have lost myself and have lost my way
Inside the labyrinth of life I now walk astray.
The strange sights that I see:
The spirits wandering,
The clouds thundering,
And fire blazing through the sky.
But still I keep on walking—
Although I know not the reason why!
My body aches and my feet are sore
But my heart aches all the more
But still I do not stop
Driven by a queer passion,
That pushes me away—
Away from the enchanted dungeon.
Now, now I see some light in pitch blackness
A ray of…
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