Corvette Nezumi Mikazuki

A Place - Poem by Corvette Nezumi Mikazuki

I enter a vast white room
All I hear are voices cluttering my head
'say my name…'
I hear over and over
whose name?
I question

Sitting in a corner
Drawing the things I see and hear
Does it even matter,
When no-one believes me anyway?

A buzzing sound in my ears
It doesn't fade away
An empty hole in my heart
It will never fill the same.

I cover my ears
I scream
Nothing I do can change this
Nothing I feel can fix this

I close my art book and arise,
People are suddenly surrounding me...
I beg and plead for help
But no-one pays any mind.

I close my eyes
Dreaming of a place
A place of acceptance
A place of peace
A place of love and harmony
A place which can never exist
A place which will never exist

I open my eyes
The white room is gone
The people are gone...
Now am submersed in an empty black room,
Crimson stains mark the walls
I cling onto my art book in fear.

A dark breeze runs against me
I walk deeper into the darkness
I hear calm voices welcoming me
A smile breaks from my face
'am I finally accepted? '
Is this the place I've always dreamed of?
Is this the place I thought didn't exist?

I enter the void of darkness
As I am a light
They stare at me for a moment,
I am different from them.
They clap and rejoice
Even though I am vastly different.
They pay no mind to our differences
They evaluate what matters,
My heart.
They see the good within every heart
Ignoring our weaknesses.

We in this dark void
All are so different
Smiling along our days

We cover each others weaknesses
We stand together in our strengths
We smile along,
But those who are not welcome
Will judge us by face,
We'll mosey along and laugh at their fate

True friends are here
Where they know what hell is,
Feeling the deepest pains,
The ones who understand
What its like to be in the last place.

Topic(s) of this poem: acceptance, judgement

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Poem Submitted: Friday, January 18, 2013

Poem Edited: Saturday, September 5, 2015

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