Daniel Richards

Rookie (09-11-1982 / London, England)

Dont Knock It, Unless - Poem by Daniel Richards

Wine and whine its wound up over everything
Stress and heartache bursting out from ever seam
Two hidden ships sail away
Even we can see it clear through the mist today

Its a culmination of a story
A goodbye sensation
With the ticking of times worry
And the kicking in the head
Suddenly feel strange cessation

I’ve had notions in my headroom
To say what dosent feel right
The connotations figures loom
In darkness they fade with no light

They say they want too they say they need too
And in the twilight they resume, faintly dancing away
They say they want me, exactly like i was
They want me, they want me and applaud

But i tell them i cant do, what they want me too
And its only bringing me down my souls is sore
Dont knock me dont knock, dont knock it
Not unless, not unless youve been here before


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Poem Submitted: Tuesday, December 15, 2009



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