Robinson Rosa

Sole Anger - Poem by Robinson Rosa

The sole anger digging within the shelves of a rotten hell caressed beneath the bone encasing your heart

Enraged in flames that dance and stage the fear in the dark

The violence that unravels this idiocracy beneath destruction in this revealing injustice

Hard to talk and act with the audacity of these maniacal demons arrogantly screaming your final feud with the grim reaper that's stalked you silently

In the depths of blank spaces where empty hands hold the mind in a vacant domination where nothing inside of the meaning embraces this wasted road, catwalk, and pavement

Delirium in my own mind, the cells contained in my neurological frame manifest and dissect each other in a genocidal inoculation, infesting my positive insight into demonic commodities that's identical to suicidal assassinations

Breathe and hold on to that last thought causing the corruption engulfing the very tissue in your lungs and muscle to tear you apart

Dividing ends between signs of the last days quietly whistling by within the dying eyes once engraved with promised visions

Long lived decisions sitting at the bottom of a grave in memory of stationary lives like a wasted candles sitting in the night before the starry days

Deceased and cased in this ever puzzling enigma where mental blocks can't fulfill your once entitled philosophy where psychologically mastered substance surpasses conscience

Calamity has the man and mind burned to ashes, progress through transgressions, trials and tribulations will bring about questions on what's left of honest blessings

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Poem Submitted: Friday, February 8, 2013

Poem Edited: Saturday, February 9, 2013

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