Andrew Wucherer

Ravings Of Nothing - Poem by Andrew Wucherer

Real thoughts from a plaigerized mind
Typical human ideals splurred out by the pen
Judging the world in clouded frailty
Mincing feelings in a disorganized pattern

Screaming gently to the hand that feeds
Deranged at moments but unable to breathe
Feelings of entrapment yet physically free
To hear the judgement but without giving a plea

Imprisonment and left to fester
Nails bleeding from digging for freedom
Buried alive but breathing freely encased
Turned to ashes for times unknown

Brought back to life as a no-face clone
Then in next to nowhere
To discovering the meaning of somewhere
Fueled by the thoughts of madness
But to cease is above tragedy and next to nothing

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Poem Submitted: Saturday, May 28, 2011

Poem Edited: Tuesday, May 31, 2011

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