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Deborah Dalton

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Rebel With A Cause


I fight often
I strive for my choosing
I wear fabric cut against the grain

I live for the groaning
I breath in resistance
I exhale pain

I chew on my consciousness
I sip on attention
I grasp for my gain

I dance to no melody
I sleep to avoid dreaming
I listen to silence in the rain


~ D²,7.22.14,8: 52 PM
Copyright D Squared Poetry,2014
© All Rights Reserved

Submitted: Wednesday, July 23, 2014
Edited: Wednesday, July 23, 2014

Topic of this poem: identity


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'I am an unapologetic non-conformist breaking the desire to live within my comfort zone' ~ D Squared Poetry

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