Wenne Madyt Dengs

I Am A Human - Poem by Wenne Madyt Dengs

I am thrown in the dust
Where I’ve decayed
When the dew drops on me
I feel abandoned
I am like a lost needle
I am suffering with you
You have nothing to sew you torn raiment
And you tossed me gone

Coldness and heat are known to me
I am not living or dead
I breathe little stuff that doesn’t make me a human
I’ve shrunk over my skin
I am tiny and thorny

I see you feeding yourself
Even your dogs are fat
You can’t even throw edible leftover to me
I am naked and less secured
My parents are mold and algae
I am non-green plant

Why are you watching me?
You laugh at me
I am still dead or alive
Never laugh to the last molar
Support me with a smile
Though my mind is acidic
I am still a human

I never sleep any night
I guard your house
I take care of your dropping
I clean your lavatory
I take your broods to school
And you call me a dead body

Topic(s) of this poem: politics

Form: ABC

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Poem Submitted: Tuesday, November 3, 2015

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