Word/expression of the week – cloister– (noun) – a covered walk in a convent, monastery, college, or cathedral, typically with a wall on one side and a colonnade open to a quadrangle on the other. Synonyms – walkway, corridor, aisle, arcade, loggia, gallery, piazza, stoa.
Cloister – (verb) – seclude or shut up in or as if in a convent or monastery. Synonyms – confine, isolate, sequester, seclude.
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The cloister was suffocating her inner self
Shutting off her oxygen and causing a shortness
Her breathing was catching in her chest now
She just wanted to tear down the walls and confines
Wishing someone, something would set her free
Of these restrictions that were clamping her soul
No one was coming, it was apparent to her now
She had to be strong, she had to take a strong stand
Get up and stand firm,
Now think to yourself
You have the might of
You and you alone can
Accomplish this for you