Almost Human

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Status: Finished  |  Genre: Poetry  |  House: Booksie Classic
All people get feelings of depression. All people have a time of feeling dull and unimportant in their life..

Submitted: February 24, 2014

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Submitted: February 24, 2014

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I was surrounded by an approach of happiness.
I was surrendered to fun guilty euphoria.
I was traveling my compass due north,
but fell south.
I was aching for solemn.
I was feeling depressed.
I was left alone after the brilliance.
I was conjured to magnificence.
I was challenging my own mind.
I was put through several quest,
to test my cycles of illuminating hysteria.
I was getting died with bleach.
I was choking on my own feet,
tripping over my own words.
I was casually drifting away in the summer.
I was deeply suppressed by the presence of evil.
I was sustained by hype.
I was in the muse of magnetism to dreadful music.
I was illuminating.
I was aluminum.
I was hard to break,
hard to understand.
I was gasping for air,
for light, for dark.
I was tying all my loose ends,
I was dying.
I was trying.
I wasn't succeeding.
I wasn't happy.
I wasn't intact with my wickedness.
I wasn't radical enough.
I wasn't shinning like a star,
a dull star.
I wasn't cutting like a knife,
I wasn't spitting like a man.
I took things personal,
I took things to literal.
I wasn't close to myself,
far away as I am.
I wasn't breathing,
grieving.
I wasn't in nature.
I wasn't seduced by sickness.
I wasn't thrilled by a deck human spirit.
I wasn't powerful,
yet I was tough as stones.
I wasn't grateful,
for what was nothing to be for.
I wasn't releasing the grip,
of my outrageous fears.
I wasn't colliding with society.
I wasn't kinetic to the speed of life.
I was never anybody,
who was practically everybody.


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