Snake Blocker


Dilemma - Poem by Snake Blocker

Am I your child's play?
Am I your child's play?
Am I your child's play?
Play on…

Will I fill you, kill you, bill you, steal you,
Rope my neck or reinvent you?
The dilemma's real…but so is life.
There's a dilemma saving me.

I have a dilemma.
I have a dilemma.
I have a dilemma.
It's me!

I feel wicked, twisted, somewhat drifted,
Over the top and sometimes gifted.
Can't you see the mess I'm in?
There's a dilemma in my heart.

Is she right?
She wants to tango…kissing me,
With hugs to strangle.
I feel dumb and slightly tangled.
There's a dilemma in my mind.

I'm on the edge,
And you try pushing…shoving, nudging, hitting me,
Kicking, you continue screaming.
Obstacles remain the same.
There's a dilemma in my vein.

I'm your drug,
You want commotion?
Emotion, devotion, notion to leave?
Living life like no tomorrow.
There's a dilemma in my dreams.

"What the hell? "
You want desire?
Guns for hire, buyers, liars?
Burning lips you set on fire.
There's a dilemma killing me.

Now I'm tired.
I feel no passion.
Out of fashion…no more rations.
Beating me with each impression.
You won't go, and I can't leave.
There's a dilemma haunting me.


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Poem Submitted: Thursday, August 9, 2012

Poem Edited: Friday, August 10, 2012


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