Matthew Foor

Rookie (9-12-85 / Austin Texas)

Human Compendium - Poem by Matthew Foor

Carrion an Allegory
Pugnacity intertwined with human nature
Rotting flesh eminates
Staining scattered hands
Polemics hindering our fate

Devil, the interloper

God, the paragon

One invidious

One gracious

Staid stooper
Winsome lips spit unfiltered paroxysms
Forming a tainted homily
Testing the tether of human kind
Compart falls short
Desperate screams
Billowed in staccato
Paroxysm strikes deep
Demons expatiate deeper
Pain endued
Invisible valedictory phrases
Rue we cant undo
What we've put each other through
Sins unremediable

TIS THE HUMAN COMPENDIUM

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Poem Submitted: Thursday, February 7, 2013



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