RIC S. BASTASA


when solitude stumbles....


solitude is a
dignified lady
but when it
stumbles in the
dark
alone, as solitude
actually is,
soon you will
hear the screams
of a mad woman
in extreme
paranoia
calling for help and
when you go there
hoping to save
her with your
hand,
you will go home
with only one hand
left.

Submitted: Tuesday, February 18, 2014

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