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Lo! rising from her bosom drew; runes breathing
of her worth. Each bright blossom mingled scent
with flowers which thus never bloomed on earth.
Gaia, hence who unites earth, air, fire and water;
wailed thus through slaughter and the rampage.

“Lest daylight fades from golden sun; water runs
thorough rouge and dun. Restless as thus veering
wind gushing around mountain heath. Lo! release
the earth consumed with fire; tinged brittle sticks
of thorn and briar.”

Credence rose from where she stood;
Lo! thick as foliage of lustrous woods.



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Posted on poems written on Prompt Nights


Posted for Dark Poetry for Cruellest Month


28 Replies to “Olympus”

    1. Hello Gillena,

      Thank you so much, so glad you liked it πŸ˜€
      Highly appreciated, lots of love πŸ™‚

      PS: Happy Earth Day πŸ˜€

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