Morgan Siegel

Rookie - 69 Points (27/06/1996 / New Zealand)

Invisible Tears Pt. II


...'I tell people I'm tired, but in reality I'm just sad'...

Every time I see the world.
My heart sighs.
I am unsure about me soul...

...'You wanna see brutality? Open my chest look at my heart'...

Walking all alone.
Everyone sees nothing.
All along this had been...

...'I am very lucky to be alone, because I have no body to lose'...

Whenever I look at the world.
The streets are crumbling.
The trees are in cinders.
With everyone gone.
Seems peaceful...

...'I am human I make mistakes'...

I open my home.
Walk to my bed.
Crawl under the covers.
Lay there.
Listening to my breath.
A thought comes.
'What about tomorrow? '

...'Nobody dies virgin cause in the end, Life fucks us all'...

Submitted: Thursday, November 28, 2013
Edited: Monday, November 10, 2014

Topic of this poem: sadness


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