The Dead Too Have A Feeling Poem by Achilles Mauko

The Dead Too Have A Feeling



Into my silent land I sleep
In your chaotic world,
I admire you breath

When you look down at the ants
I smile, I wave,
Believing you seeing me
But you ignore me

Instead you step on my house
Your heavy weight breaking my roof
With your pointed shoes
You smash my rotting bones
Does it mean you shun my world?
Or am I just invisible

I like it when you hurting
When you shed those tears
You water my thirsting heart
You bring life to my soul
One day you will be here

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