Rob Knetsch


Rob Knetsch Poems

1. Real 10/26/2015
2. Inner Side Reflected 11/2/2015
3. Somewhat Of A Somesort 11/9/2015
4. 'About Men With Vision' 11/16/2015
5. 'Together, Walking' 11/18/2015
6. 'Tumbledrought' 11/23/2015
7. 'Pawn And Shame' 11/30/2015
8. 'The Rolling Hand Of Terry Tango' 12/7/2015
9. Mindshape 12/14/2015
10. What Will Happen 12/21/2015
11. Killing Time 12/28/2015
12. Molested Avenue 1/4/2016
13. Fought The Battle 1/11/2016
14. I Go 1/18/2016
15. The World Is Not To Know 1/25/2016
16. A Mere Slave 2/1/2016
17. When Reality Drops Down On Us All 2/8/2016
18. Summer Time Of All Sorts 2/15/2016
19. The Telltale Traces Of Guilt 2/22/2016
20. They Will Have A Love Affair 2/29/2016
21. At The Edge Of A Transparent Universe 3/7/2016
22. Realdeal 3/14/2016
23. Man With A Gun 3/21/2016
24. The Nucleus Of Truth 3/28/2016
25. Rover? 4/4/2016
26. Powderking 4/12/2016
27. End Of Day 4/18/2016
28. Promenade 4/25/2016
29. Its Allegorical Meaning Seems Somewhat Nonexistent 5/2/2016
30. Body Of No Interest 5/9/2016
31. Just Now 5/16/2016
32. In This Illusion 5/23/2016
33. A Checkered Flag 5/30/2016
34. Upside Down 6/6/2016
35. Meeting The Point 6/13/2016
36. Monster 6/20/2016
37. The Mere Total 6/27/2016
38. Pain, As Inflicted By Others 9/12/2016
39. Chitchat 9/19/2016
40. Dimmer 9/26/2016

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Best Poem of Rob Knetsch

'Seeping Through Into The Bubble'

all along
i was convinced
i always knew
at least i thought
that i knew, for sure
that this reality
my reality, in here
in my bubble
was real reality

but recently
it seems to me
i seem to become
aware of this other
this weird and ever
more horrible notion
that this, my reality
is not as real as it was
as it has been always

now the sense
is growing
the feeling
gets stronger
more and more
that it is like
a new reality is
seeping through
into my bubble

'seeping through into the Bubble' © Rob Knetsch 2013

Read the full of 'Seeping Through Into The Bubble'

Somewhat Of A Somesort

Somewhat Surprised
We All Were When We
Got Closer To Try To See
What It Was All About
Somebody Arose
From Beyond A Distant
And Dark Forest
Behind A Dense Fog
Somehow It Was
Unearthly To Discover
A Shaded Image Like
A shadow Of Somesort

'Somewhat of a somesort' © Rob Knetsch 2013

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