Stevie Taite

Rookie (30th January 1973 / Kent, England)

A Writers' Zen


Muddy mind
melds shy meekness
into confusion

Emotions emaciated
and encased in quicksands of
unsure

Frozen solid,
frustrated fury fights dirty
with a frigid fear of self

Stifled silence
of incensed solitude


Trapped by timidness,
tangled with acute awareness

Dumb struck into oblivion,
with one deliverance.....


A gaping hole
A endless pole
A tortured soul

Then

A tempered pen
Enter again
A writers' Zen

Submitted: Saturday, April 20, 2013
Edited: Wednesday, October 02, 2013

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  • Rookie - 38 Points Ruby Honeytip (12/9/2013 5:49:00 AM)

    You are amazing! Your arrangement of simple words into complex statements mystifies and delights me. I circle around your work and still can't quite figure out how you do it....magic perhaps xxxxx Roobs loves you xxx (Report) Reply

  • Rookie Owain Glyn (4/22/2013 8:51:00 AM)

    You've been inside my head when wasn't looking! Lol (Report) Reply

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