Bera Tremoz

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A.D.D. - Poem by Bera Tremoz

2155, it flashes
it flashes
reminding me
that at some point
in a neverending
looting of unessential
factors and assets
of compounds and passive
emotional breakthroughs
mythologically appearing
within a specific
time line
barricaded into some
psychic realm of new
challenging disparities,
that at some point
with the chaos induced
a butterfly's
wings might possess
I will
grow bored and forget
I even tried to write
about the death
of a minotaur
I once drank with.

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Poem Submitted: Saturday, November 19, 2005

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