Jarvis Black

Rookie (6.26.1978 / U.S.)

Breakage - Poem by Jarvis Black

doesn't matter
how they build the man
it's still fragile framing
and childlike hurt.
it's still a lot of hard life
or no life.
it's a world meant
to eat the weak,
and if you think
that's as rough as it comes,
just hang on tight
don't blink.

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Poem Submitted: Tuesday, January 29, 2008

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