Am I ghost, Am I Dreamer?

Poem by: Philip H20s

Summary

The ignored call for change.

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Submitted: January 30, 2008

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Submitted: January 30, 2008

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Am I ghost?

Am I dreamer?

Does my call for peace

coat their halls of greed?

Unanswered calls

transparent blood


Am I ghost?

Am I dreamer?

Does my tongue

stir their liquefied thoughts?

Ignored emails

waning stars


Am I ghost?

Am I dreamer?

Does my whisky

numb their jewels of stupidity?

Returned mail

thrown stone


Am I ghost

once a host

to the many war dead


Am I dreamer

noting futility in war

longing for humanity, united


I know they hear my voice

whether I be dreamer or ghost


Ignore my rage

feel the volume increase

Ignore my anger

hear the choir that surround me


Am I ghost?

Am I dreamer?



You decide

and ponder if it matters


© Copyright 2016 Philip H20s. All rights reserved.

Am I ghost, Am I Dreamer?

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Genre: War and Military

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The ignored call for change.

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