Cate Jade

Rookie (03/17/1996 / China)

Confused Mind......Confused Message. Poem by Cate Jade


My mind as empty as the blue sky cloudless and clear
as the rain starts to fall on my face it hits me like a spear
my clothes drenched with blood as the rocks rub againsted my body
like the bright red splotches of the war poppy.

the stars fall from the sky as the burst of fire leaves my eyes
numbing my body leaving my body paralysed
the hands piercing my head like knives
spinning in circles slowly taking my lives

drop low into the darkness and the flooding shadows
watching the devils eyes as the slowly follow
walking down the maze as dark as the blackness in a monster
searching for the mere answer

Submitted: Sunday, May 19, 2013
Edited: Wednesday, September 11, 2013

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Can you guess the message since i dont even know what it is and send me a private message. please read some more of my poems.

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