In Concrete - Poem by Damian Fisher
A picture frame of frozen pain,
Set in stone to entertain
Eyes reflect the hurt I've kept that's anchored in my brain
Take a seat, there's room for two
I'll tell you what I have been through.
No words to give, just look within, to find the truth you seek.
I'd cry with you, but I'm asleep,
All my dreams, held in concrete
Conversation is not my game
Please stay with me and heal my pain
Close your eyes and ease your mind, it will help to understand
For years and years and more to come, My crumbling heart has become one with the land.
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