Am I? - Poem by Ade Santi
No need to call the priests
No need to bring rosaries
No need to call exorsists
Because i don't need all of them
No need to go that far
I'm not that dangerous
I'm ordinary, like all of you
With some difference, also like all of you
But who told you to do it?
Your curiousity? Your will?
Is that the one that force you?
How weird are you
You're funny, though
Dare enough to release my seal
If the cause is yourself
Am i the one that must be guilty?
Poet's Notes about The Poem
Since we're met, i've told her to not even have thought to pull it.
In the end, my 'childhood trauma' cames back. A sudden carnage, or 'twoofing'.
The nuns told, the one that pulled my hair are critical,4 injured,7 lightly injured.
This means, priests and his friends waited for me, again.
Well, lucky enough to found my phone and high signal in the shrink.
In the end, it's not my fault. Am i right?
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