adam que

Rookie (08/19/1988 / New Jersey)

Amongst The Crowd Poem by adam que


An endless gaze of a faceless face under the shades of imperfections trying to blaze away insecurities so the mind is not plagued by infections
These infections trying to spread and dimminsh the inception of a masterpiece that might be revolutionary in every aspect
As nowadays terms of entitlement are so drastic thats why the faceless face only knows extremes not trying to possess or be possessed only letting freedom flow through the extremities cannot deal in the social complexities
But the artistry effortlessly bleeds out like an ocean holding the lifeforce of every radiant moment like a potion to immortality an atonement of a lost morality
Not bowing down to a majesty or any monarch but fighting for beliefs like a lionheart
Therefore even though the faceless face may be lonely and alienated the faceless face is forever unafraid and not bound by limitations

Submitted: Friday, May 31, 2013
Edited: Wednesday, September 04, 2013

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