Mathew Lewis Poems
|81.||A Meditation On The Fate Of A Country||4/26/2009|
|82.||Brick Wall Conspiracy||6/4/2008|
|83.||Breaking The Boy||11/4/2006|
|85.||A Four Wall Room||8/21/2007|
|87.||(being Of Frail Thought)||7/8/2008|
|89.||A Cape Town Winter||7/21/2006|
|90.||2a.M And Nowhere To Go||7/15/2006|
|92.||Watching Someone You Love, Love Someone Else||11/4/2006|
|93.||A Tragedy In Four Parts||11/4/2006|
|94.||Fighting Mere Existence||5/6/2006|
|96.||A Sonnet Of Insanity (Sonnet #1)||5/26/2006|
|97.||Alone In My Forest One Day||5/16/2006|
Suffer the pen
That has to write what I say,
Suffer the words
That have to serve my brain,
Suffer the light
Serving the dark
It seems unworthy
Of this task.
Wounds open and bleeding,
Made worse by the day,
Silence will eat me,
And relish my pain.
All of my deamons
Come back again,
These are the words
That I can not say.
Requiem For The Masses
An old man watches from an allyway
As a hooker walks by.
She wishes it didn't have to be this way
But nobody else tries.
A young boy watches from an empty window
As his soul slowly dies.
No one told him it would be this hard
No one was there when he cried.