Ray Mesa

Rookie (5/17/89 / Grand Forks)

Teenage Immure: Treatment Poems Collection - Poem by Ray Mesa

I'm locked up in a cage
With a thousand locks
I'm too full of rage
to show you my shock
I'm unclean, Unwanted, Unloved
I'm unseen, haunted and shoved
But someday life will be better
I'm locked up in a cage
that has only one key
when you see my rage
then I'll be free
I'm ugly, I’m alone, I want death
I suddenly miss home, 'these is for the best'
But someday I'll leave this white bed
My Immure has left tomany scars
My immortel, My broken heart
Even when midnight is tart
Even when this white bed weeps with me
I know someday
I'll be free

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Poem Submitted: Monday, May 8, 2006

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