Emi Jimenez

Endless State Of Mind - Poem by Emi Jimenez

A cast out a nobody its simply me,
Every time I think of myself there's no image I see,
Only seeing words that describe who I am,
A smart dumb mother fucker that no one could understand,
Simply frustrated and confused,
But thoughtful and easily amused,
Left to wander in this world of pollutions,
Breathing in my problems and exhaling sollutions,
Making choices that I believe are right,
Left alone to stand with all of my might,
Simply chasing after endless desires,
And endless agreements that my heart conspires,
Prevailing through the darkest days,
And winning wars where no one truely stays,
An alpha wolf with no pack,
Or a pothead with no sack,
Pretty much ying with no yang,
But my head ill never hang,
Far from over grown to being a whelp,
To being too proud to ask for help,
Enjoying the false reality we call life,
And enjoying the struggle n strife,
Simply loving the little things,
And all the problems life brings,
Because it let's me know I'm still alive,
As I wait impatiently for my true love to arrive,
Simply daffy like a looney tune,
And out spoken and bright like the moon,
An uncommon character that comes once in a life time,
While others come a dozen a dime,
But my existance doesnt matter to anyone,
Sitting impatiently for my life to be done,
Forever having an endless state of mind,
And stuck being one of a kind,
But I rather push fast forward instead of rewind,
Moving forward instead of being left behind,
Living in the moment instead of the past,
Enjoying the things that never last,
Accepting the world isnt worthy of trust,
Only being filled with corruption lies and lust,
But destiny is mines to manifest,
As long as I use the heart in my chest.

Poet's Notes about The Poem

I wrote this with a constant thoughts flowing through my head.

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Poem Submitted: Tuesday, March 19, 2013

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