"I'll Change, Tomorrow"

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Status: Finished  |  Genre: Poetry  |  House: Booksie Classic
taken from my book, "Never Felt So Single"

Submitted: November 28, 2008

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Submitted: November 28, 2008



"I'll Change, Tomorrow"


Lights to rightiousness rize

__to a Heavenly disperse

Grounds forced to emphisize

__on a world of hurt

Pain must pump thru my veins

Anger must grow me insane

I enrage into my silence

What has my say?

Who has my rights?

I have long since seen them

Motions of forgotten bliss

Heavily weigh down uppon me

What has given way

__has sold me to cotastrophy

My ruins suround me

Trouble beckons at my soul

Trapping my words to not be sound

For in my mind

What can be heard of it?

Vissions of nightmears

__speak my consceince to me

Like an unconscious walk into a dream

Where Hell rulls on Earth

What can be said

__to tell the tale?

How can I make out the screams?

That echo and overlap?

Portraying a confusion so cloudy

Only the sun can show me I'm awake

High off respect

__that I kill for

Walking becomes an adiction

Being feared speeds me up with adrenalin

Hope for more

And more

And more

But there's a problem

The more I murder

The less there is left

__to respect me

I pass by bodies on the street

But there is still a long way to go



D. L. Cannon

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