Soul Sister

Creation engulfed me:

Packaged my soul
wrapped it in milky white;

The skin fragile,
like snow on cedar trees
And made me human.

No longer weightless,
gravity pulls down
tugs at the stitching—–

The structure of myself.

Walking ugly steps,
I trip over careless limbs;

I hide my face from
windows
wishing for beauty

Cursing my lack of grace.

Fragility of self ignored
the shell cracks;

Sweat bursts from pores
as flesh trembles,
causing tears to
overflow.

To you I am meager,
almost invisible

As sheer as gossamer——

An undone ghost.

Remember the beginning:

Once I was infinite,
all stardust and dreams
and pure endlessness.

More than a girl——-

I was boundless energy;
I was matter made manifold.

More than mere bones;
I am and was the Soul.

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2 thoughts on “Soul Sister

  1. I was boundless energy;
    I was matter made manifold,
    More than mere bones——
    I was and am the Soul.

    AWESOME!!!
    -Anthonie

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