Devon McElveen Poems
|4.||A Dream, An Influence||4/6/2011|
|5.||Graveyard Shift (Haiku)||4/11/2011|
|6.||And Then There Was One||4/12/2011|
|11.||I Never Knew Him||3/24/2011|
|13.||Death Of A Nation (Haiku)||4/14/2011|
|15.||An Unknown World (Haiku)||4/14/2011|
|19.||Where's My Inspiration?||5/11/2011|
|22.||Shrink, The Lion||5/19/2011|
|29.||Haiku / Our Leaders||6/23/2011|
|39.||War Torn (Haiku)||6/3/2011|
Comments about Devon McElveen
Why do I enjoy this feeling?
Is that really a question?
Do you see the anguish that they have caused?
Do you see the strife?
The terror in their eyes?
The corruption that runs rampant?
Why do they cause war?
What do they fight for?
Is it their morals?
Aren’t morals nothing but words thrown away near death?
Why do I live in the dark?
Aren’t the lights so blinding?
Don’t they shed light on our inner truths?
No matter how gruesome or terrifying?
Do you not like the dark?
Doesn’t it rid us of pointless thoughts? ...
I Never Knew Him
I never knew him, only knew of him.
He was a great man, a man who knew many things.
Caring, Compassionate, Cool, Collected.
Lies. All of it lies.
I knew the truth…who he really was:
He was a coward, and ran before I saw this side.
He never Took Time To Tell Tales of his past,
He never showed his emotions,
He never told his thoughts,