William Verbaud Poems
- Hunger Damn Hunger Hunger had left me succumbed to the ...
- A Lone Traveler Snow covers the trees and roads My tires ...
- Dreams Of Adam The wonderful sounds and sight that penetrate ...
- The Artist You are my sweetest forbidden fruit And our ...
- Duality: Life Cycle: Duality A twelve year old girl ...
- Utopia What is love? Being able to watch some one ...
- Vanity If my reflection be not absent, but untrue, am I to ...
'It is an interesting story of an unassuming childhood...insane adolescent years...love, death, whiskey, pens, paper, and all that other crap poets love...on the road...on a motorcycle...on a floor...under a bridge...and exploding on paper.'
Was born on Dec.26,1986.
Did not graduate anything, I dont even know what a formal education is. more »
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Hunger Damn Hunger
Hunger had left me succumbed to the elements
Your livelihood in peril,
My honor compromised
All to stay alive
That which I took
That is not mine
How can I die of hunger?
For honor’s sake?
But the sweet fruit of which I purged
Filled my lungs
Rejuvenated my soul
And crushed my spirit
To steal to live?
To die an honorable death?
To enjoy the stolen fruit,
Or to refrain to live another day,
I have never been so alive.
I have never been so dead.
When, oh please when, ...