Paul Fisher

Rookie (06/03/1989)

Rendition of a Starving Monkey's Technicolor Death

I am the music
Forced down upon, beyond
This material plane.
This is the storage shed.
Ten days ago,
I was the one you loved.
I am the odd job,
Never really listened,
But, always in tune,
The cold mother’s womb…
The voice that leads you,
Through and through.
I am the forever tear,
The never feared,
Preacher of emotion.
The sands of time
Were never in balance,
As I am, the overused,
The tool, of genius
Inside the fool
I am…I am…
Nothing, everything, anything
You want me to be
Don’t come cryin’,
But I’ll leave the doors open
So we can sit,
And watch the forever tear…
Sleep evermore…
Child of the sky…

Submitted: Saturday, February 23, 2008

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