yeah i’ve been through a lot and things still happen but i’m still me and that’s not about to change. i’ve loved i’ve lost and i am still here. not sure why or even if there is a why. but i do know i won’t ever just sit by no matter what i will always be that. the one who will walk run do my best for this. for a dream i may never have. this world is everything and to those who would just up and head to mars etc. well… this world was clearly too great for you to ever fathom or understand. if we be the last then that was it for us. this is our world and we shaped it into something not of our liking. and i’ll stay here always. even when the lights go out and there is nothing left. i will be here. even when it is gone burst into ash i will be of it but not. this is mine it’s yours too if you just knew to remember that.
Published by Agnes S Kamalnath
Agnes S Kamalnath was born on August 3rd 1988. For Agnes writing is taxing; it often leaves her feeling drained. Sharing the deepest part of oneself can be painful, but it brings her joy. This act of creation can be a double-edged sword: both destructive and constructive. Her poetry has appeared in the Fall 2013 issue of S/tick, and in the December 2013 issue of Dead Flowers: A Poetry Rag. Agnes studied in the United Kingdom, completing her A-Levels at Mander Portman Woodward and attending university, majoring in Chemistry with Biochemistry at Queen Mary University of London (QMUL). She received a 1st in Heredity & Gene Action. A 1st is the highest mark awarded in the British System. It is rarely awarded. Agnes earned her B.A. in Philosophy from the University of La Verne, which is located in southern California in the United States of America. View all posts by Agnes S Kamalnath