Attia Taylor

Rookie (11/28/1989 / Philadelphia, PA)

Lost And Delirious - Poem by Attia Taylor

This cumbersome Night!
Where art thou?
I'm lost and delirious.
And on my swollen knees.

Pulling pails from up under the sand.
Why must you hide the tools?
Leaving me blind
Lured by youthful seduction.
Save me from the night!

What's the rush love?
Lets vaccinate ourselves with awareness.
Be one above the cause.
Ill pull you through.
Let there be no cost.

I'll marry the moon.
Make love to the stars.
Utilize my hopeful sentiment.
Save this aching world
And just once, belong to the day.

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Poem Submitted: Saturday, June 2, 2007

Poem Edited: Saturday, March 5, 2011

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