Danny Krantz


Polly's Creep [Bussokusekika]


As bristled wheat glows
golden heat I breathe life's breath
As I hear Polly's Creep
unplugged from Nirvana
as a teenager I sleep
I grew underneath my dreams

Submitted: Wednesday, March 27, 2013

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I based this poem from a dream that I had experienced when I was 16 back in 1996. A time of tribulation in most peoples lives growing up as a teen. I found myself through music and art (drawing on sketch pads and in books mostly.) I would dream of great beginnings which started later on in life. I always knew self expression was key to enlightenment and success by believing in God and ones self.

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