Treasure Island

Alyssa Diane

(June 12,1998 / London, England)

a new tattoo


Un nouveau tatouage JE vous portez-vous toujours,
gravée pour ma peau décidiez hausse des
flammes où vous vivez pour combattre un autre jour. Émergeant de cendres de votre propre disparition, resplendissant rouges à golden fire,
un teardropp pour guérir, chanson au sein de votre cri,
la puissance des dieux.
Au-dessus de vos ailes prévoit l'inscription:
Rien ne dure éternellement, stark en référence à la durée de vie je le sais. Vous, cependant, va voler sur
ma chair tant et aussi longtemps que je survive, jusqu'à ce que je me suis baigné dans le feu.

Submitted: Monday, May 12, 2014
Edited: Tuesday, May 13, 2014



This poem is the translation of A New Tattoo by Viola Grey


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