Coen Carter

Rookie - -10 Points (12 July 1982 / Australia)

Ramblings - Poem by Coen Carter

Incoherent ramblings that slowly turn to sense
Miscarriage of emotions trapped inside this fence
Surgeries in secret to hide this battered face
Cosmetic in its purpose the time I start to race
Intimate in feeling but yet so all alone
Trapped inside this valentine never go home
Absences of mind but still increase my lust
Tormented heart and broken soul and bones that turn to dust
I’m assuming you understood most of what I said
But assumptions are a killer that’s how we wind up dead
Now there are people in this world that will kill you for a thought
So they change their face and their name never to be caught
But me I hold a key; it lays FIRMLY IN MY GRASP
When I die guess who was I; but my words will always last.

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Poem Submitted: Monday, December 19, 2011

Poem Edited: Tuesday, December 20, 2011


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