a free play requiem



"Kaiser", it was said.
Hard to remember if there was a doormat then.

If the emperor is left to doubts
while his men dishonor away
and an empress is left to slowly die insane,
blood on hands comes before kind thoughts, words and gestures. 
Nightmare is too heavy to avoid it:
an end of an empire, cracking up.
"Kaiser" is not for a dead empress
(not sure about the doormats).
Tears in throat, political games ate up free play.

To grow out of pain, light is
as kindness: a bulb.
  




tears in throat 2


"Don't judge each day by the harvest you reap
but by the seeds that you plant."

- Robert Louis Stevenson



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