I came into this theme park to a network of rides when this one ride felt so much a part of me.
I went for what felt naturally got in and strapped down. I didn’t expect by this I’d be bound.
Up to the top I felt insecure. My stomach got queasy for I am a queer.
As gravity took hold I screamed out to god for he didn’t listen he or she thought I was odd.
Twisting round corners reaching for peace I in denial closed my eyes for awhile.
The world turned red my surrounding darkened with lightening. God, why weren’t you listening I said I was frightened.
Up and over the hump I sat like a lump. Thetwisting and turning set my mind a burning with theories delusions vile devil intrusions. Do it do not I was a nut without pot.
I came to the cameras and my reality. I threw out god, but not my morality.
Up and over around society turns down the lifestyle you choose that of a clown.
I bring my misery to an end for I must defend I was brought here like this and nothings a miss.
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