No More Interruptions

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Status: In Progress  |  Genre: Poetry  |  House: Booksie Classic
taken from my book, "Interstate Freedom"

Submitted: March 29, 2016

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Submitted: March 29, 2016



No More Interruptions


The part of the world

Of which where I live

Is a deserted island of my own

There's nobody here

So I'm always on the 'phone

Calling who ever I can

And it's like they're here

Inside of my world

But as of yesterday

There's one less person to talk to

And thee only other one

Goes to bed earlier

In a different time zone

While I'm still up "in the zone"

It's a haze

These new days

More time to explain

It's just this way

I climbed ev'ry mountain around me

But still couldn't keep the view in my mind

When I came back down

I left my heart in a heart attack machine

I stood close to thee ege of nothing

I felt my heart crack

When I had one

But I'm so detached right now

I could not let the damage go

I'm fighting ev'rybody

And I'm finding that life's not fair

But who could give a care?

My simple life is now in the mud

But I have to go on

Leaving a trail of sorrow and worth

The breaks are at a point of an end

But I am the beginning of my own ev'rything

'Cause lacking another friend to interrupt me

Is by far a better rout

That I can take for myself


03-22-'16 #1

D. L. Cannon

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