Treasure Island

Brad Purvis

(14/11/93)

Confusion


Confusion
The enemy who creates
The truth to walk beneath the shadows
Who sees everything cloaked within cylinders of silence
To bend the truth to create unwanted thoughts and enemies
Twisting friends from lovers, family from friends
Light from dark.
Confusion
The enemy who creates
To belong within the unwanted presence of confusion
Bringing people to exist into a world full of arguments and regret
Swimming in a pool full of darkness
Gasping from the grip of confusion
Falling into the pit of sorrow
Crying from the person we call
Confusion.

Submitted: Wednesday, April 28, 2010

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