Rob Knetsch


Rob Knetsch Poems

81. Unwanted 7/31/2017
82. Cell, Cells 8/7/2017
83. My Best Features Are My Balls 8/14/2017
84. My Schooldays Are Over 8/21/2017
85. Socially I 8/28/2017
86. Dark Matter 9/4/2017
87. Between Two Walls 9/11/2017
88. Cruel Craving 9/18/2017
89. Crooked Little Tick 9/25/2017
90. My Love 10/2/2017
91. Elephant Frenzie 10/9/2017
92. Non-Life 10/16/2017
93. The Worst Venom 10/23/2017
94. Survival For The Unfitted 10/30/2017
95. Fat Beardy Guy (With Glasses) 11/6/2017
96. Barnie Bubble 11/13/2017
97. Gruesome Tide 11/20/2017
98. Would It 1/22/2018
99. Don't I Wish He Didn't 1/29/2018
100. Mancavein 2/5/2018
101. This Line 2/12/2018
102. A Wellplanned Life 2/19/2018
103. Short Lived Grandeur 2/26/2018
104. Golden Clover 3/5/2018
105. This Pair 3/12/2018
106. Shrinkdick 3/19/2018
107. The Devil In Your Brain 3/26/2018
108. A Three Part Story From Start To End 4/2/2018
109. Shrinking 4/9/2018
110. The Likeables 4/16/2018
111. The Song 4/23/2018
112. Master Mind 4/30/2018
113. Mustard Moustache 5/7/2018
114. Live In Hotel Rooms 5/14/2018
115. On His Demise 5/21/2018
116. Now 5/28/2018
117. Rockwood 6/4/2018
118. Of The Fence 7/11/2016
119. Ever Remembered 7/18/2016
120. To Touch The Line 7/25/2016

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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

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'Together, Walking'

to walk the street
this street, old street
my street, so long
from when i was
a young one walking

to be on the street
with so many others
walking tall, no fear
we are all so strong
together, walking

'together, walking' © 2015 Rob Knetsch

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