Treasure Island

Scott Forsberg


sea of dipsomania


Torn apart by crapulence
and the blind words of external perception
stemmed from the objection
of the insurrection of perfection
caused a disconnection
of the souls interconnection
now one is lost in the sea of dipsomania, confounded with no sense of direction
confusion becomes a conflicted projection that causes rejection
now all thats remains is a shattered reflection
of what was once a soul connection
and the hope of the resurrection
of the souls reconnection

Submitted: Thursday, August 29, 2013
Edited: Thursday, August 29, 2013
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