Therecis Owl

The Insincerity Of Loneliness - Poem by Therecis Owl

Exhausting the fumes of your handheld mind in a world alone
The conquest for greatness on a permanent pause
Called temporary to worrisome ears with fake smiles
Tonight I have you in my arms and I hear the hammering escaping your chest
And you are alone
And I am alone
And I cannot help u
And you cannot save me

Under the pressure of my well thought existence
Escaping my immortality with the unhinged smiles of life
To strangers in parks with their symphonies of benign care
Who listens with the voices in an angelic nature
Caught in their own forgotten madness
Later to be tortured by their minds again
And I cannot help them
And they cannot save me

Numbing the sound with tales of guitars and violins
‘Cause sometimes your screams calm me
And sometimes I am completely alone with your thoughts in form of melody
And I get drunk on the taste of our bitterness
Because it is sweeter than my sadness
Asking for someone to help you
Begging for someone to save me

Screaming your thoughts of insincerity
At the wooden walls of the human mind
Trapped by my own invincible consciousness
And a hunger for anything that will allow me to eat
Drowning in the hands of time

Topic(s) of this poem: depression, loneliness

Poet's Notes about The Poem

For Robin

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Poem Submitted: Thursday, December 10, 2015

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