Piscine Kipling

Rookie (05/02/89 / On The Coast, Canada)

Escape - Poem by Piscine Kipling

I'm stuck in the dreariness of my mind's obsession
Etching out my fate, I'm in the zenith of my depression

Going somewhere I want to see, Being someone I want to be
In my limited life I want to succeed, maybe then I may meet

Some resemblance of calmness and ridding the matters that press
My mind and troubles me inside, escaping from alienated thoughts' excess

I hope to burn all bridges that connect me to the troubled lands of yesterdays
A refugee seeking shelter into the future, I'll make a life according to my own way

My thinking and my living might at last unify, and no longer will they contradict
As they do now, causing a contrast of mind and man creating misery that afflicts

The well being of my deep and forgotten soul, as I start the climb so I can behold
That place I want to go, I'll leave my home and leave the faces I've always known

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Poem Submitted: Friday, January 29, 2010



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