Samuel McKenzie

Faces - Poem by Samuel McKenzie

I walk along a shallow road
Carrying a heavy load
people around me with empty faces
Nothing buy nonsaying graces

I look into their eyes and think
their soul and body do not link
Empty puppets thats what they are
Living in a infinit square

Suddenly, rain falls on my head
wished i were in bed
thinking of something better then this
i think its something i miss

turning up the music, listening to the piano
Cant find a way, where should i go?
Might as well just stay here
Maybe i will face my fear

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Poem Submitted: Monday, July 18, 2005

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