Michael. fanniesson

Rookie - 0 Points (10/01/48 / Brooklyn NY)

I’ve Become My Father - Poem by Michael. fanniesson

I look in a mirror and see the old man,
I was told was there from fourteen years old.

I’ve become my father,
eyeglasses in every room, so as not
to waste precious time searching for them,
news paper & magazine articles stored in boxes
never to be looked at again,
poetry thoughts written on backs of books,
scraps of paper, most times unable to be
deciphered by me one I get around to it.

I’ve become my father,
six pills a day, caffeine free coffee,
egg substitute, unable to work new gadgets,
rambling on, and on, and on,
quietly waiting for death, of which
I’m not afraid of anymore.


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Poem Submitted: Thursday, December 29, 2011

Poem Edited: Thursday, December 29, 2011


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