Brandon Wade

Rookie (03,1992 / houston)

Distance And Space - Poem by Brandon Wade

distance and space,
controlled with such grace,
one day,
we'll all fall prey.

with a compassion for the life beyond the sky,
we help eachother die,
but innocence is ugly,
in you who is guilty.

evils in the stink of you,
nothing more could be true,
you unite and spread the heart apart,
you've even made it an ideal of art.

all the while showing your smile of pain,
in the purity that you seem to drain,
you say distance is safer than trust,
especially with fallacies of love.

touched with frustrated lips,
your mind eclipse,
love is like starting over with me,
each day engraving the problems of memories.

every heart held in your clutch,
seems to hurt so much,
your scarred ill take your wings away,
but you still want me to stay.

make up your mind,
you only get what you find,
in a world with signs,
you choose whats reason and what rhymes.

thank you random thought of life....funny things can happen....

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Poem Submitted: Monday, October 6, 2008

Poem Edited: Monday, October 6, 2008

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