Farewell To A World Of Outrage - Poem by Nashy Lamen
The day grows longer
clear skies, bright sun
It shines through the day
but joy in me, I had none.
For I am standing infront of my grave
controlled by and enslaved,
Throught the torture I must bare
and the heartless hearts that care.
Trapped and consumed
in this cold dark place
Banned from true light
and memory erased.
For what I have done, Im the one to blame
for all the failure and the shame
Desperate to win back the trust
of the hearts I hold that slowly rust.
'Away with you! ' they said to me
As I crawl out the cage to break free
But before I say my last farewell
I asure you that I have much to tell.
Forgive me if I have hurt you
But I must say that I was true
No lies were kept, No secrets held.
But belief in me you had none.
Though you won't forgive me
would you let me be
or find me but once again
in the lost world of outrage.
I don't feel anything
I am but numb by the flash
A flash of memories,
to hold every inch of me, so fast.
Lost is this world,
Lost is my soul.
Farewell to this world
and the hearts I have stole.
-Yes! I'm still a Humanist! ... hahahaha
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