Glorious Death

As I cross my arms in cessation, I am ready. I am not afraid to close my eyes when euphoria is what I seek on the other side. The death I choose tonight will give birth to another day and another breath. I will not forcefully bow my head kneeling bedside. I voluntarily rest in peace as I release the hidden death presented behind antecedent probabilities.

I shall entomb the day passed to rest without repression. As I release I grow and as I become I embrace instantaneous death. I no longer question the symbolic expression that is in my possession but will pursue death as a place in time and not a final destination.

The glorious death I search for is already mine. I find my end in a life today. Yesterday is gone, and no longer will I combine two inhabited worlds that do not align. I will never again choose a life where my reconstructed mind is manipulated to select an alternative replacement to passion.

See me through another day as I take the hidden stairway behind my divided mind. My body is aching but my time is now as my eyes set sail on the glory of another planned dissolution. As I prepare for departure, I supply a wind of change in exchange for glorious death.

Glorious death

Order your limited edition print and learn the story behind the poem. Each piece is numbered and signed. Look inside the frame, and you will find my inspiration for each poem. Only 312 copies of each poem will be printed. 

Numbered and signed print – 296 Remaining
The story behind the poem printed on back
11 x 14 Black (1 1/8″) Synthetic Wood Frame
White Double Mat
2 mm Glass
White Cardboard Backing

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