Candice Renae Williams
A Prisoner Of Doubt - Poem by Candice Renae Williams
A prisoner of doubt
is quick to the drain
being bound to his pout,
With a crippling chain.
No one may come,
and courage will not be
For no part of some
Could release him from he.
So watch through the fences
And hold in the cheer
Longing, taking over his senses
might intice him to peer.
Gaining strength he might-
Using the promise'd delight
Drag said chain-on hopeful mount
past rushes of whine-an offered respite;
(to be finished)
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