Melvyn Mohan

Rookie (South Africa)

Insensitive - Poem by Melvyn Mohan

Why did I stay in the stupidity of me with obese intentions of cruelty? I hate myself with such loveable passion that I repulse my only interest. I live in my own hierarchy of myself worth that rises with each crooked smile of my obscurity. My reason is blinded and has no longer humanity. I need the stolen honey to be attractive to the only fires that hovers above my crown of cruel intentions. I aged with days of sexual please that broke my spirit with intense pressure that spoilt my graduation in life.


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Poem Submitted: Thursday, April 29, 2010



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