Shaheen A. Moore

Insanity [first Poem] - Poem by Shaheen A. Moore

As I ran through the sedge
I went with a rush flurriedly
Getting lost in a living hedge
I needed to escape hurriedly

Throughout the plants diffused
To give up, I refuse
I heard the song, but could not decipher
The eloquent words of the piper

Throughout the music, soujorn,
Then a quickstep
My countenance pathos, we had met
I wanted, needed to escape the abysmal
My feet numb, all thoughts were dismal

The sedge whispered garrulitively monotonously
Whimpers tremulous, taciturn, and comedically
Finally it took over, a blazened thrall
Grasping the ground, I let out my final call

It will be carried throughout
The wistful millennial, to the end
To the end

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Poem Submitted: Wednesday, November 7, 2007

Poem Edited: Saturday, April 23, 2011

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