Wade Fox


Systematic thinkings become creations,
Everything else is just a temptation,
Wonders of marelvous wonders,
Become to crumble and sunder,

Frail barriers collaspe,
And reality becomes to elaspe,
Fighting erupts from the shelter within,
And now things will begin,

Torn apart from the inside out,
My defenses become so stout,
In the heart of it all,
I just want to fall,

Conclusions of security's illusion,
Just add more to the tension,
Beating after beating it gets harder,
Everything is just a marder,

As everything about me crumbles,
I notice that I am just so humble,
I am me what more is there,
Now I care not to hear.

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Poem Submitted: Monday, November 30, 2009

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