ghaleb hamade


Heroin Slave - Poem by ghaleb hamade

I lost my steps walking in the heavy rain
Every body looks crazy I am the only sane
Fading eyes taking orders from a num brain
Aching body Abel looking for Brother Cain
Magic brown powder needle makes love to a vain
What an orgasm over and over again
Every day a virgin every day a blood stain
Fake dreams a slave broke his chain
Freedom maybe hours then a slave again

I lost my self flushed my life down the drain
Lost my family my friends my roommate is a train
Can not free myself a slave forever I remain
Sold freedom for a bottle upgraded the bottle to cocaine
Then came heroes’ heroin to take away the pain
I am not even thirty can not walk without a cane
Wish to die every day god started to complain
I angered god I took his holy name in vain
No body knows my name its junky simple and plain

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Poem Submitted: Thursday, February 26, 2009



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