Treasure Island

Morgan Siegel

(27/06/1996 / New Zealand)

Where Am I?


...Screams, Pain, Suffering...

Hollowed words, unforgivable deeds.
Rejected by known all...

...I stand here lost...

Where I've come... I stare back.
To where my heart, still remains.
Everything I've done, still lingers...

...I do not understand...

I've torn myself asunder.
Rived into fragments...
All that arrives, I've broken apart.
The War that rages... I am still fighting...

...There is a place...

I've let go, fallen into aphotic.
Once was I blind...
But now I can see, and continue this fight...

...I've given a lot... and been returned as much...

I know what to do... I am not done...
My fight may be hard... and it may rise... but I will push...

...My wasted words... my long war... shattered apart... I am still lost... but am walking...

Submitted: Saturday, December 28, 2013
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