Just As Unclear As Never

Poem by: DLCannon

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taken from my book, "As The Marker Snaps"

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Submitted: July 16, 2014

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Just As Unclear As Never

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I dream so wrongly in my sleep

Wake up with dusk clouds, about to scream

"Why should I go home?

Home is gone from all of me!"

But I hear bad news

__being spread like a wild child's disease

I can crash out now

Or I could beat myself up

Wondering why I don't have to die

But still watch out for death anyways

Nothing but the popcorn batter

Being licked up by kittens

__clean

And beautiful rays of the moonlight

Not half as pretty as a nice butt

But bigger than thee eyes of love

Love that just masks the reality

That love don't exist

__without a madman believing in it

So I scram outta here

Searching for a clear sky

Not knowing why

Why all these marbles

__have to be put back in my head

I don't wanna carry a mind to look good

I'm too pissed off at the likes of truth

Come find me trying to kill the piper

Who keeps sending clouds my way

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07-15-'14 #2

D. L. Cannon


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