BLESS JOY


The Desperado


Misplaced in a labyrinth of circumstances
Unavailing, I experiment defying conventions
The tint of insanity speckled with bewilderment
Engulfs my isolated coast of vicinity

I implore ripped under the butcher's knife
Inconsiderate countenances roaming around
I squander my moments-the desperado
I CELEBRATE MY LIFE-THE DESPERADO

Submitted: Thursday, January 10, 2013
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