Silent Expressions - Poem by Jay Aguiniga
The wind scurries across my ears
Rain drops fall, time disappears.
Lightning illuminates the cascade in the eye.
This day is to die, don’t pass me by
I’m trying to weather,
Pulling the bits and pieces together.
Every facial crease, evidence of disgrace
Where is my place in this vast space?
Despair is near
Wasting away is the fear.
A Fate with no highway
Disarray and no place to runaway
Trying to shape the heading
Praying my destination wont beheading
I’m digging, searching for the peace
Figuring it’s time to put life at ease.
The soul out paces the climb,
Time and time again, is the only crime.
My reason has become a hideous lesion
An intention blended into another season.
Pollution clouds the solution,
The rhyme leads to my Evolution.
Releasing the passion from the breath
Silent expressions put to death.
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