I Guess I Must Place It Under My Bed Beside My Socks And Shoes. - Poem by RIC BASTASA

i, too, honestly
cannot imagine that
hat as an elephant
inside a

i admit i must not
have felt everything inside
me in the heart

everyday to live
this kind of life i have
to see a hat as
a hat

it is the brain
that works to get us
our daily bread

when i followed the
i go bleeding most
of the time

one in a million
we go berserk
over so much drama
and yet
arrive at nothing but
our perdition

let me touch my
heart at night
when i am about to

and to sleep well
i guess i must place
it under my bed
beside my socks and

Topic(s) of this poem: life

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Poem Submitted: Tuesday, November 14, 2017

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