Distortion Vision

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A poem about how depression can bring a darkened shadow over the world, and the world is seen through the eyes of somebody who is giving up; despite the beauty surrounding.

Submitted: November 13, 2011

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The moon is lighting the sea once more,

A silver shimmer upon the shore,

My mind is soaring in to the stars,

But my feet are rooted to the floor,

 

The birds sing up in the trees,

A peaceful carpet of fallen leaves,

I settle myself and close my eyes,

And lay beneath the open skies,

 

But I remember the cold sleet falling,

Not as it melts to the spring,

Recalling the warmth turn to ice,

Songs fade as birds cease to sing,

 

The sun won’t rise as I look on alone,

As I battle myself through the gale,

Feel it drench each vessel and bone,

And welcome the bullets of hail.


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