Poem #31: Hall of Anubis

Note: This poem was originally posted on my Patreon account on August 10th of 2018. I am currently posting a new poem to my patreon account each day for patron exclusive reading and on this blog one week later for public viewing. If you’d like to see these poems when they are first put up then please consider pledging to my patreon page.

The shadows in my heart tear me apart in no due part under an estranged duet.

Nearing the heavens I sing until the stranger takes my side and abides by the laws of false prophet.

Only those who toil in misery will see the ending of this blissful tyranny.

Only those who seek out hardship will be remembered by the relics of time.

To which life does one not regret their prior actions? To which does one not live.

Is it truly better to take than it is to give?

In the hall of Anubis, how heavily does your heart weigh against the feather?

The scale tips in my favor, but now I remain heartless.

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