Samuel Claddagh


A Psychosis War - Poem by Samuel Claddagh

The psychosis war is almost like a hive.
Always busy, always at it,24/7.
Sometimes the two sides seem balanced.
Sometimes I'm just outta my mind I can't pick neither.
Who is to take the lead of my decision?
The one I want the most?
Or the one I need the most?
Kinda like putting down a drug.
A war within a war is just unheard of.
One side is dull and the other is effulgence.
But what is my destiny?
To become a jack in the box?
The chances of that is very slim.
The hands of the two legged creature is there to unopen.
Does this seem like a bunch of jabber?
I could careless, you can tie my neck with a kink.
Somehow the thought of my mental war attracts me.
Attracting like as like.
Sorta magnetic, like the junk food I eat
Almost to the point of a chronic-addiction.
Who says that I can't have the good of both worlds?
I'll take what I need, just as I take bits of cultures.
Well, maybe someday I can finally come to my senses.
But at the moment I'm just sorta glum.


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Poem Submitted: Monday, April 24, 2006

Poem Edited: Saturday, July 17, 2010


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