Impaled Poem by Robert Murray Smith

Impaled

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He created this personality
Bold, and unsurpassed
Leading the line, as defined.

To his amazement it took over
Bowling him for six, in cricket
It took his wicket.

Like Frankenstein
It devoured him slowly, one by one
He felt every bite as he fought mightily.

To no avail he was impaled
Against his own desire
To be the best.

COMMENTS OF THE POEM
Evelyn Judy Buehler 12 January 2022

Far easier to be genuine. An excellent, brilliantly expressed verse.

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Jason King 12 January 2022

Impaled against his own desire. What a great thought.

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