Mathew Lewis Poems
A Sonnet Of Insanity (Sonnet #1)
A moment of insanity,
Stupidity and savagery,
A move against humanity
And all that is reality.
All that's left is gravity,
Maybe some profanity,
All my life a cavity,
A trip down the imaginary,
All of this perplexity
Brought on by society,
Nought to do but quietly
Reclude into sobriety.
And maybe someday there will be
A clearer path for me to see.
The crimson sun fails to rise
On the eastern shore of my demise,
Waters ebb through space and time,
And everybody sees through crystal eyes,
As the barren lands of war-torn minds
Fail to lift one more surprise,
One thing lingers in the air,
The horrors of a mind laid bare.
In the end, everyone dies alone,