YONI AYIEKOH

(KENYA)

jaded-deep inside a maze


being naive and young, not a bad thing. its being innocent and that is happiness.-no turning back now
time misspent and faculties unemployed and senses jaded by thoughts or impaired by excesses
cannot be recalled any more that the heart being aware of deceit of others
being an adult, in the end times, jaded! yes i am. trying to free myself from the confusion-whats important really in life?
associating with large masses in camps and cities, improving talent but impairing virtue-strengthening the mind but weakening morals
One path leads to despair and utter hopelessness. The other, to total extinction. God I pray to have the wisdom to choose correctly
while we venture from God's light, the devil lurks in the night, emotions locked within a stone wall
being jaded, waiting for my demise yet still questioning if i ever lived. nothing shows it. am so jaded

Submitted: Thursday, April 22, 2010
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