Frederick Kesner (28 August / St. Thomas University Hospital)
I sometimes feel I may be blind,
or just afraid of what others see.
And what I speak or see or think
is never what they reckon it should be.
I am careful, vigilant, and repressed
Coz in their light I am forever undressed.
Frederick Kesner's Other Poems
- . Morning Commute
- . Moving On
- . The Possible Dream
- .. Cheers (almost haiku)
- .. Farewell
- .. Hide Jekyll, Hyde
- .. Looking Up (almost haiku)
- .. Midway to Nowhere
- .. new life
- .. Poetry Postulate M-R-T
- .. present possibilities (in haiku form)
- .. recall
- .. There Are...
- A Caterpillar Returns
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