Treasure Island

Michael McParland


Infinity Divided By Zero


I go on forever remaining worthless,
with nothing worthwhile to say.
At least it feels that way.

I sit in deep ponderance hearing only myself.
There's no one else around,
to listen or make a solitary sound.
Nobody cares it seems if I live or die.

Will I spend eternity forever?
I cry.

Infinity divided by zero.
There is no where to turn.
A ghastly apparition of fantasy always deeply burns.

In a life that matters.
In a heart that's bruised.
Of a love and respect so kind,
and is very shrewd.

Alas though I am unable.
To find the cleansing light.
For I am infinity divided by zero.
A soul so empty with a life that I despise.

Submitted: Wednesday, September 10, 2014
Edited: Thursday, September 11, 2014

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