A Mind's Blind Eye

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Status: Finished  |  Genre: Poetry  |  House: Booksie Classic
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Submitted: December 31, 2011

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Blindness guide me straight and true.

Don't need to see the ugly and the pain,

I've found safe passage right between and through.

I let the darkness search my mind,

Need not confront what she's left behind,

But I don't see the happy nor the sad.

These are dying times,

Past fighting years,

Not much to lose,

Nothing to fear.

To darkest times, Cry the farthest measure,

But humanities are gone, Mind shot

I'd thought "I'm free".

 

Euphemisms define,

Blindness whines,

Soil grinds roots,

Consciousness whirls,

But you've been calling.

Your angelic nothings' release.

Freeing thought pipes from a torturous grip.


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