Thomas Dorman Poems
|1.||A Night In The Land Of Dreams (Un Nuit Sur L'Île Des Rêves)||3/25/2009|
|2.||Schizophrenia Untitled #1||3/25/2009|
|3.||Schizophrenia Episode Interlude||3/25/2009|
|5.||Midnight With The Schizophrenic||3/25/2009|
|8.||Languid Words Of The Mad||3/25/2009|
|9.||Revelation Into Maturity, As She Spins Into Furniture||3/25/2009|
|10.||Ode To The Grand Oak (A Folly)||3/25/2009|
|13.||Anxiety Attack #1||4/30/2009|
|14.||'I Smoke Second-Rate Cigarettes...'||5/5/2009|
Comments about Thomas Dorman
Schizophrenia Untitled #1
You enquire as to the graceful curvature in my arms.
'What gateway pain needed transferred to make a mess like you?
Hmm....? ' Psychiatrists couldn't come runnning quick enough -
First round they squared me up to a student;
I blew his educated little mind.
I gave him reason to wake:
Unanswerable questions, &
he gave me many pills to take.
And I'd take it all all, if you can
Take it all away, bring me back
A newer, serious version of myself -
Christ, anything's better than this Hell.
Turning in these worn-out sheets,
Moon glaring on puddles...