Kurt Kacich


Acquired Isolation - Poem by Kurt Kacich

I awoke this morning and looked at the sunshine,
I starred deep into the sky,
But as I opened my mouth to embrace my glee,
I turned away and closed my eyes,

From inside my room I only see the beauty of outside,
I sometimes reach out my window,
But when someone tries to grab my hand, I turn away,
Something tells me deep down I’m truly afraid,

Even when I’m the predator, sometimes I feel I’m the prey,
But the knowledge I’ve acquired from suffering is something I’ll never trade,
And even on the darkest of nights,
That light I turn away from the beautiful outside,
Is the sunshine in my mind, that never fades.


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Poem Submitted: Thursday, August 19, 2010



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