Richard Yorke

Shameful Guise - Poem by Richard Yorke

With the quill upon your brain,
Note the madness. How Inane.
Frightened and forced to plagiarize,
To add a stone, to build the guise.
Replicating to conceal.
Hiding all the pain you feel.
Speak the words like they're your own.
Adding now, the final stone.
Laugh the laughs like it's a joke.
How vacantly brilliant the anecdote.

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Poem Submitted: Monday, October 13, 2008

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