A scared little boy sits in a bubble he made himself.
Strange place to find a man isnít it?
His fears consume him.
He lashes out.
For good reason?
What has this accomplished?
The boy retreats to his bubble
Same fears, no reason.
Fears protect him,
They guide him,
They injure him.
The man knows this
But the boy wonít move.
The man seeks solace,
Will the boy allow it?
Comments on this poem/writing:
|Meridian (126.96.36.199) -- Friday, April 30 2010, 02:02 am|
This is a boy within a man. Regardless, great poem JroP.
|shiloh (188.8.131.52) -- Friday, April 30 2010, 06:38 am|
everyone has their bubble they escape to... trying to stay there is what becomes difficult, but it is so safe there...
holler if you want to.
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