Brandon McConnell


Anomalous - Poem by Brandon McConnell

What hath a mind
If it hath not a choice
What hath a man
If he hath not a voice

What is a man
If the voice the man hath
Is that of another
On a surrogate path

Rather I say
Inimitably give
Make each moment yours
Expectations, outlive

Bring no shame upon
How you sound or appear
Speak loud, proud,
Conscious, and clear

You're not born with a voice
It forms over time
Just speak for yourself
You'll turn out sublime


Comments about Anomalous by Brandon McConnell

  • Norman F. Santos (12/14/2011 12:35:00 AM)


    Short and incisive and rousing. Your style and your philosophy in this poem, applause. (Report) Reply

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Poem Submitted: Tuesday, December 13, 2011



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