Sinking In - Poem by Liyo Denorte
trying to sleep
caught up with
the cob webs of thoughts
i'm wandering around
beckoning for them to listen
but i cannot speak
the vastness of my plea
a cold voice: you are the most selfish person i ever knew
a soft voice: you are drowning
then another one says: good riddance
i'm leaving now.
with the baggage full of unspoken words.
it's too heavy
would like to get rid of the unnecessary
i want to untie it
but someone sealed it
and 'twas very tight.
again, i run, i dance, i suffocate.
d own towards the bottom
of deep anger
a silent scream
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