Fortress - Poem by Kelly Kurt
A fortress built from solitude
Serves only to keep me inside
I once wished to be rescued, set free
Parades had passed every day
Not even a second glance
Inside, I seldom think there’s more
Than the time that has gelled
And the air, that ‘tho stale, still supports
And echoes that bounce without end
So grand it seems
I built this with mortal hands
But if one brick was removed?
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