Formidable On The Loose End
Author: Sean Richard Clifton
Ashen flakes coating my hands,
Ample midgets thriving on the touch,
Wild gypsies pondering over the price,
Where was my servitude?
Where was the nakedness?
Liveries translucent upon judgment,
Princesses engulfing their crimson stained gowns,
Brightening suns thrashing the moonlight,
Where was my ownership?
Where was my clothes?
So walk on mud duck!
Walk on prophet!
The carrot lay in the cage,
But the rabbit lay in hell!
Don't enlighten the preacher,
For the mask is too much to bear.
The answer lies in the tweezers,
Pull out the stingers of youth,
And in that probe your destiny!
------- Author's Notes -------
Dealing with the hypocricies of the past and present of life!
Comments on this poem/writing:
|Meridian (184.108.40.206) -- Monday, June 28 2004, 04:46 pm|
This poem is deep Sean! The past and present hyporcricies of life.... You have a wonderful writing style!
Sweet poem again!
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