A MIND’S TALE OF LIVING WITH MADNESS – A Poem

Posted: April 20, 2020 in poems, POETRY, Random stuff--read at your own risk!
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And through the madness,
We saw our fates,
Standing there,
In God’s good grace,
Stood death,
And it rode a white horse.

Perilous journeys,
Through a voyage,
Of Land Mines,
In the Sea,
Of ones own mind.

We were not waving,
But drowning,
In our own misery,
Our saving grace,
Was not there,
In those waves,
Heaven dared not care,
Hell was overbooked,
So there we waved,
Drowning in hypocrisy.

Johnny was alive,
When he died,
Fell off the roof,
On Eastern Street,
Five stories up,
The ground,
Broke his fall.

We were dancing,
In the dark,
When the world begin to fail,
The burning of the light,
In those trash barrels,
Lit our fates,
Happily.

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