Treasure Island

KarlRomeo PierreLouis

(July 12 / Port au Prince, Haiti)

Vigorous Judgement


He saw hieroglyphic lines
Behind the white noise as black voices
grew across the outline of passing clouds_
Ordinary things
He said with vengeance on his lips
Of middling stature he stood fading below
his own personnel consequences _
Ordinary plots
Dripped from his bold voice
Seeking the same emotions that escaped abuse
Thoroughly accused, his honor only spoke from the
Distance, Tensions mounted, Torture & threats
Unlike the dreams before
Who knew what he spoke of
these indignant lovers of metaphors & trapezoids
Lost behaviors, their fidelity laid softly
under suspicion_
Ordinary Defeats
He cried tenderly those dry tears with hate feeding
inside his veins, he knew betrayal religiously_
Ordinary privileges
He replied...

Submitted: Monday, August 31, 2009

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