Quel Saige

Quantum Schizophrenia Poem by Quel Saige

I have been ruined—
it is human to err—
but not so! not
this much—
stop it! stop it!
carnivores...... ........cease—
if only;

I do not want to—
remember when
remember when—
I am loved—
for now
they lie—

mistakes were made
it will all be okay, but
chaos.......... .............cease—
quelle peine quelle peine
m'aidez—je t'aime

do they see me—
they cannot see me losing it

they can't see me losing it. hmm.—
yes they do
they see you—
even if they do
they cannot hear my thoughts
(do we ever thank god for that?) —
but yes but yes they do
how intimately they know you
your faults
you are a walking mistake—


collapse the wavefunction
of my mind
to a particular thought

measure the speed
of my bastard corpuscules
so that
I cannot know
was.........lieor why

that I may spend my day
sans care
of all my errors—

Submitted: Wednesday, March 27, 2013
Edited: Friday, October 25, 2013
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