Nez Nut


Escape (Please Read And Comment, Thanks) - Poem by Nez Nut

I'm trapped
Lying still
Vines all around
My body on the ground

I look around
Me
Only me

I find my hands
I find my legs
I feel my face
Cold
Dead

I stand
Wobbly, my legs aching
I run
Deep into darkness
Unknowing of the end
Sweat rolls off my forehead
Breatheless
I pant
But i never stop
My eyes staring in the darkness
Looking for a way
Lost, i feel insane

I collide against a wall
Made of blood and gore
Eyes that cry
Hearts that die

I search for a hole
I search for hope
Nails tear the eyes apart
My hands, squeezing the broken hearts

Thump thump thump i hear
The beating
Soft constant beating of a heart so dear
So near

I feel it
Warm
But slow
I squeeze it

My brains almost explode
And i realised
I'm now alone
Without my heart
Without a soul

I try to remove my heart
Try to put it back to my body part
But in vain
Forever engraved
In the wall of pain
I start to cry
But no tears flow from my eyes
No feelings of sad
Numb
Dead
I don't know.

I clench my fist
Stab the wall
My knuckles
Destroying it all

Blood flows from my veins
Blinded by rage
'Let me out' i scream
My voice echoes
The walls take it in

I stab
Kick
Scratch
Desperate for escape
Desperate for freedom

Tearing the wall
An obstruction for one of us all
I clamber through the hole
An exit or entrance, i do not know
The stench too excruciating

I trip
My eyes blur
My head hurts
I drop
Unconscious.


I wake up
Looking around
My body on the ground
Vines, hard
All around....


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Poem Submitted: Thursday, September 9, 2010



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