Tag Archives: hell

Poem – A Season in Hell

A season in hell has passed as I rose through the fractures in the liquid earth and woke in the fields beneath the winter sun. Surrounded by snow and bare trees I immediately recognized this place and only knew of my journey here by the deep and fresh scars.

Poem – What is this Fire We Walk Within?

I don’t need words and pages to explain the concept of hell – just being human, just living will teach you invaluable lessons, will drag you through depths testing and defining character while breaking what you thought you know, who you thought you were. Hell is boundless and placeless – stop for a moment while […]
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Poem – Beginning of a Season in Hell

I am petrified, The walls surrounding me Reaching towards Heaven and Hell Thoughts consumed, Turn towards the past What I had and lost and what I gave up I see her image, Like I remember Her warm touch, Her warm tears upon my cheek A deep voice to protect me Further back I travel to […]
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Poem – Of Tide and Time

Of Tide and Time, by Hanakia Zedek What is life if not transfixed within this brittle shell A miraculous brilliance juxtaposed With so little time within a fragile hold This cell This Heaven This Hell Do tell But not of beliefs and fancy fair But what is right here And now And how And what […]
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