I Wonder If You Always Tell The Truth

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Dusky Jewel

Dusky Jewel
Wandering, wondering, then wandering again
Inspiration nowhere to be found
One flash of brilliance
The sole spark of creativity
That vital illumination she so desired
To give life to her creation
She had searched for centuries
She had heard the laughter of the child
drowned by tears
She had seen the colour of the wind and it wasn't there
She had conquered the zen-like solace of Ginsberg's dazzling void
She was lost
Lost in a world of mystery and poison darts
For the thief of hearts
Should I tell her
She won't find him