Kevin Patrick

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Sadness = Happines :)) :


Frowns are just grimace sitting upside down
Angst an erotic name for boredom in motion
The abyss is the cabin were the soul will conspire
To rave in a daze, of dance of misfit rage.

You scream in your mind for someone to hear
but all you get back is static feedback
Your internally bursting, on a private frequency
That Nobody pays to witness your seething.

Slave to fear and master of deceit
Enchanted to the chains of your own misanthropy
Hopeless romantic for cynical deprivations
You know only pleasure of self-abnegation
Van goh is your idle but you lack his impression
Nietzsche is your god, and your just his ghost
Sartre you devour as an idol to rule your apathy
You like to have the lead to the role of self-defeat
But you’re an amateur nihilist
without motive to nothingness.

Sadness equals Happiness Shakespeare wrote it best
He stole it from Euripides who got it from Babylon
The first scribes of Egypt probably need good valium
Suffering's professional but life is full of character

Submitted: Wednesday, October 26, 2011
Edited: Wednesday, October 26, 2011

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