Marika Kartozia


Posed Ego - Poem by Marika Kartozia

Exploring myself in the mirror, look is odd
Ivory skin and big eyes are like plastic doll
Feel like bottomless, unfathomable sea, o Lord
People are like seagulls, resting on my shores
Dazzling masks playing roles without remorse
Whirlpools of tantalizing feelings rarely evokes
Reverberate trembling unsureness, trying ignore
Embellishing lies, disguised words inhaling storms
Extricating dullness, diabolical power still revolves
Swallowing me with huge arms, painful moan
Act like having a high fever, fade dreams soar
Torrential rain of abhorrent antics start to flow
And I lough, inventing dramas which lulls my ego
Born huntress, chasing effaced impetus of the world
Bizarre evenness of wishes restlessly start to roll
life is somber, static perfection is horrible ghost
Exploring myself in the mirror, look is still posed

Topic(s) of this poem: fantasy, loneliness, love and dreams, mystery


Comments about Posed Ego by Marika Kartozia

  • Dr.tony Brahmin (1/22/2016 3:52:00 PM)


    eople are like seagulls, resting on my shores
    Dazzling masks playing roles without remorse
    Whirlpools of tantalizing feelings... liked these lines very much in this poem. you have a lot of imagination, fantasy, dreams and mystery. thank you very much. tony
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Poem Submitted: Wednesday, January 13, 2016

Poem Edited: Wednesday, January 13, 2016


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