Inevitably Blinded

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Status: Finished  |  Genre: Poetry  |  House: Booksie Classic
This poem is really to make people question the way they think, to begin to look beneath the surface a little. Thank you

Submitted: July 16, 2012

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Inevitability is debatable
An ultimatum, unrelateable?
Not to me, my mind is broad
As to the questions, we put forward
 
See, as a race, we suffer greatly
For intelligence makes many hate thee
Well; i like to think about the planet
In lights less obvious; goddammit
 
What's wrong with contemplating 
In a world that's dehydrating
As to the abundance of ability
To looks through other's eyes so critically
 
I know my sylabols don't match
And the structure as a whole; it lacks
It's obvious to see, in fact
It's the words that decipher my tact. 
 
In writing, I'm finding, my answers
Are still hiding, denying, and biding
They're time, until the right thing
Arises, and surprises my needs
That they're depriving, still hiding
I'm biding my time, this time; I'm smiling.


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