Treasure Island

Glaedr the poet

(December 1988 / Born in California but my 'Homeland' will always be Missouri)

I am (emotion)


I am tired
tired of the walls closed around me
tired of blindness when I wish to see
I am scared
scared of the love that will never come
scared of where the darkness is from
I am angry
angry at truths that are perceived wrong
angry at the uselessness of a happy song
I am sad
sad for those left behind
sad for the happiness they cannot find
I am confused
confused with the madness of this world
confused with the life into which I'm hurled
I am helpless
helpless to keep my innocence
helpless of it to make any sense
I am dead
dead to the world around me
dead to the people, who refuse see

Submitted: Wednesday, May 24, 2006
Edited: Thursday, January 25, 2007

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  • Alexander La Var (12/30/2008 3:45:00 AM)

    Hi Glaedr the Poet,

    i like what you have written, but i do find it a tad depressing. I urge you to continue with this poem until you reach the point where you are crying. I walked down your road once before, and today i stand proud when i say, 'I am... TRUTH.'

    it's who you are. it's what you'll live. it's what you have to give (Report) Reply

  • Jesica Reeder (5/4/2007 9:29:00 AM)

    i love how you are so simple then go into detail.... i might have to use this in some of my poems....spacific and saying everything.......yet words speak the truth were are you from? ? ? ? me by jeff (Report) Reply

  • Sophia White (5/24/2006 11:00:00 PM)

    It is a bit depressing - but hey, that's poetry, eh? The mood and tone and structure are all very supporting of your main theme and express your (emotion) very powerfully. Good work! (Report) Reply

  • Mandy Seah (5/24/2006 9:27:00 PM)

    Hmm…very interesting. I pretty much admire the way you describe how failing life can be in the way of a poem. Love it. Knocks in much sense. (Report) Reply

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