Jack Paul Collier

Madness - Poem by Jack Paul Collier

Can a man live to his hearts content
with no light just darkness decent
inside the pits i call my ears
and locked inside my eyes the forgotten tears
a child whose child has withered away
darkened dampered silent decay
these words of wisdom will never come
till my mind shuts its eyes and my heart goes numb
madness rains where all else falls
the lies the pains the cieling and the walls
fall little boy never stop
they can never catch you if you chose to drop
im myself and myself is me
falling for all eternity

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Poem Submitted: Wednesday, November 30, 2011

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