Mathew Lewis

Rookie - 0 Points (07 March 1987 / Cape Town)

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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.

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Fighting Mere Existence

A primrose sun hides the greedy streets,
An ugly path trod by many feet,
Where bootless prayers seek the days gone by,
Too young to live, too old to die.

A savage wind cuts the ocean deep,
Appears to make white horses weep,
And ships are but cradles in the sea,
Whipped back and forth but never free.

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