Before the pandemonium ends,
You and I fell together,
Into the haze that we call love,
Until you and I disappear.
Before the pandemonium begins,
You took my hand closer,
To fall in love all over,
And embarking on a journey together.
Before the pandemonium continues,
You brought my vivid heart to a halt,
And latched on to my very soul,
Until time put us away from the other.
Before the pandemonium takes over,
You ran to keep up with my haste,
My tear drops glued us together,
Far far away yet so near, forever.
Before the pandemonium ends us,
You were etched on to my very soul,
As all I feared once has taken over,
And I loved you like never before.
I’m back, world. To truly understand Pandemonium, read and picture each verse from a different perspective. That is how it was brought to life. Imagine – our beloved protagonist, who is lost and confused, yet an honest troubadour who is completely baffled by this feeling of hysteria in his heart, is describing his emotions right now.
Pandemonium should essentially bring a parallel-universe vibe to your mind. I hope it does!
P.S: The poem is protected by a creativecommons license.