Max D. Hornbogen

Rookie - 78 Points (Sept 17th 1989 / Marquette, MI)

So Reach Far Down - Poem by Max D. Hornbogen

so reach far down and grab my life in your hands, we won't dance til there is blood on the ground. Guns fire in the sky, the bloodshed has been out of control (we are not in control)
Where there's darkness shadows come along & haunt our very core. Please don't tare the world apart this is where we live, are we the cause of hate & violent actions? Can you plase try again to recreate the perfect world in your image

Is it so that we are the monsters that we have made, can we look in medusa's eyes & let everyone turn into stone, would that be enough to stop the fighting that we have made.
Another froun apon my face as I look into the mirror of fate, oh I know it's over so many times before. I don't think my pride will win this batlle, now that I've tasted the blood that was shed.
It blinds me to tell there is truth behined this madness, I will not crawl into the fold NO not this time I will hide. Don't take my life before my eyes close, am taking all that I can holding on to the life I once knew.

An so If i close my eyes once more what woud I see, would it be your last very words to me? I can't fathom what I would do If i ever saw you again. Don't you ever take this tolenrence over bull shit with me again

I can't grasp the feeling over spilled blood, boiling temperture rises in me. So are you that willing to destory what we create, so what are you waiting for? Is it our time to expire and so the sands of time is running out.


11-8-2015

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  • Kumarmani Mahakul (11/8/2015 3:50:00 PM)


    Reaching far dawn and grabbing life in hand matters a lot in this wise and interesting sharing. Fantastic poem shared really.10 (Report) Reply

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Poem Submitted: Sunday, November 8, 2015



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