Felicity Slaughter

Rookie (January,1995 / New Port Richey, Florida)

An Insane Mind


Insanity is a plentiful thing.
It lives in all of us.
But I am the one it calls home.
My mind is it's sanctuary.
It dwells comfortably within the confines of my skull.
Soon it will burst outward.
Prepare yourself.
I'm headed your way.

Submitted: Thursday, April 08, 2010
Edited: Thursday, April 08, 2010

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  • Gold Star - 26,861 Points Mehta Hasmukh Amathalal (4/10/2010 10:30:00 PM)

    It dwells comfortably within the confines of my skull.
    Soon it will burst outward.
    Prepare yourself.
    I'm headed your way....lovelynpiece ofwork and i go for it....10

    come along to find the way
    have way and clear say
    make it easyand pave the way
    is there any hope with bright ray?

    don't loose the path but guide
    leave it open and always confide
    make it known what you are
    distance may be but not vcvery far (Report) Reply

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