Moriah Lederman

Rookie (March 1977 / Eastern Washington)

Walk-Man Escapism - Poem by Moriah Lederman

Numbing vibration in my head
Absence of thought
The loud silence of my walking friend
My opinionated partner
Screaming in my ears,
But not at me.

I escape it all in the fury of your voice
My metal confrere
Full of Love
Hate
Politics
Redemption
You can do the feeling for me

All I do is turn you on
Keep walking
Keep running
Leaving it all in my fading footsteps
Carrying your troubles
Not mine


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  • (10/23/2005 10:59:00 PM)


    This is a fabulous poem, Moriah! I drown out the world with a little Rage Against the Machine (now, sadly defunct) - or Henry Rollins.....yes....sometimes the world drives us to it. Nice job. (Report) Reply

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Poem Submitted: Sunday, October 23, 2005



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