Poetic Singularity

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Poetic Sigularity is a collection of dark poetry that navigates an intense and dramatic climax of inexplicable evils, intensity of deities and the wrath of nature. Note: It is recommended to read this book with (-2)font and "night mode" for best experience. Poetic Singularity is a collection of dark poetry that navigates an intense and dramatic climax of inexplicable evils, intensity of deities and the wrath of nature. Many of the poems are also "short stories" that combine elements of the surrounding environment with the depicted characters, enhancing the emotions portrayed within the poems. Poetic Singularity also includes the "Gemstone Series" and the "Index Series", each containing several poems. The "Gemstone Series" takes several different gemstones, (including: emerald, ruby, sapphire, obsidian and graphite) and combines them with nature or mythical creatures to create powerful stories. It also features a collaboration at the end "Obsidian Knight", which combines all the previous poems in the series into one story. The "Index Series" is a collection of poems dedicated to stretching the "Dale-Chall Index" as high as possible. The series takes on elements from poems prior to the "Gemstone Series", while also exploring some new subjects.

Poetry / Other
Dillan Courtright
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The Animal

Thunder roars in the distance
His sense of loneliness deepens
He wishes he could feel emotion
But Animal knows only instinct
He senses the approaching storm
And with it, the wrath of God
The animal tries to escape from his fury
But instead
Is consumed in his own living hell

The Animal cannot stop
The rampage
It tries to survive
But cannot
It wants to end its hunger
But cannot catch its prey
It tries for love
But feels none

The clouds start to swell
With the sorrow of a thousand tears
She cries
She feels the mist in her heart
The ground at her feet
Her beauty is unmatched
But it will not save her
She turns around
And sees the storm coming
She knows she cannot escape her destiny
For she is destiny’s child

The clouds roll over her
They embrace her
Consume her
From the darkness of the storm
The animal appears before her
And like the sun in all its fiery fury
He pulls her into the storm
Hoping to end the hunger
That consumes him

Into the darkness they go
They sink lower and lower
To the darkest region of the abyss
Into the heart of the storm
Their fates collide

The animal consumes her in his wrath
Sorrow meets with anger
She becomes part of the creature
Neither living, nor dying
The animal knows by instinct
The storm is almost over
He knows and embraces it

Lightning flares in the sky
As the Animal begins to die
A new life is created in the heavens
Dampening the wrath of God
The Animal senses his own destruction
And finally starts to feel her emotion
Her sorrow and his anger fuse

The beast beats upon the storm
Backing anger into a corner
The Animal beats upon the storm
And starts to fade
The creature beats upon the storm
And the clouds shatter into rain
The boy and her soul within beat upon
The last remaining tendrils of the storm
And reveal to the world
A light brighter than the fury of
“The Animal”
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