Reflection of Self

Poem by: Ian Dawn

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This is something I just am making up as I am typing now.
No real need but a spark of an ideal.

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Submitted: August 06, 2011

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My eyes are open

But I can not see

My ears do listen

but sound alludes me

 

I talk, but am quiet

And touch, but not feel

My heart is beating,

but my body is still

 

I am scared of the dark

But do not ever quiver,

I feel the cold wind,

But never ever shiver

 

I loath, but not hate

Never to know elation

As my body shuts down

from years of depravation

 

I am sick in the mind

And mostly the soul,

But its not a burdon

I can ever control

 

I stare at the water

My reflection I do see

and A life I once had

that will never again be.

 

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