John Paul Ang
Fragments - Poem by John Paul Ang
As I traverse this fragment of time,
I grow more aware of my insignificance
In this life where most things are sublime,
I endure with my utmost defiance.
To defy life, to defy fate
The reason to be me.
Playing a game that ends on a stale mate,
Gambling with my soul just to be free.
The pieces of reason,
are scattered on the floor
Like leaves on a rainy season,
They are washed away as water pours.
I cant have all that i want
I cant change what was done
A past that constanly haunts
Reminisced memories supposedly gone.
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