Atahan Tolunay

Rookie (20. October 1979 / Stockholm)

The Rhymes Appear In My Head - Poem by Atahan Tolunay

I walk down the lonely road
The rhymes appear in my head
Someone choking me, I want to explode
Who am I
Where am I
Why am I
I don’t belong here, I should be dead

I walk up the stony hill
The rhymes appear in my head
Someone’s stoning me, please don’t kill
Who are You
Where are You
Why are You
You don’t belong here, You should be dead

We walk past the bony graveyard
The rhymes appear in my head
Someone calling me, I want to see
Who it is
Where it is
Why it is
I do belong here, here with the dead


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Poem Submitted: Saturday, October 23, 2004



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