Treasure Island

anteaus berryhill

(10/07/2012 / South Memphis)

Living In a Television


I am living in a television

So I will tell a vision

As my life is being televised.

Through God's eyes.

But I see reality.

Sometimes turn into tragedy.

Life is not only comedy.

But it becomes a true story.

We hear bad news.

That turn into suspense.

Which results with action.

We see our favorite memories.

As our favorite shows.

We vision our goals of being professionals.

We channel our feelings like the weather.

We see fake human beings that act like they real

But they are like actors.

I am living in a television so who is the storyteller.

Submitted: Sunday, December 02, 2012
Edited: Monday, December 03, 2012

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