Daniel Hooks Poems
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A Warrior’s Poem
A warrior’s poem
My anger bleeds my innocence away
Until all I am left with is the silence like after a question
In my mind I carry the suggestion
That I might be better off laughing my anger away
But I feel better being angry and seeing
My anger like the blood red flag it seems to be
Seemingly I wave it around trying to attract the bull and take it by the horns
Like my life since I was born!
Anger is a symptom of my frustration and sadness
A symptom of my friendless madness
A cross I bear
A sword I use to strike and to parry
Those who would ...
Blink And You'll Miss It
Call yourself alive,
Every moment you are dying in your skin.
You're not eternal
though the fires of hell are infernal
and the path to hell is paved with good intentions.
Regret is path easily met
to regret your entire life you might as well be a walking abortion!
Regret, regret nothing!