A forgotten poem from 2000 – 2007. This one is pretty weird and a fun thought experiment. I have no idea what the inspiration was or how to interpret the descriptions. I hope those reading it enjoy this one as much as I did when I rediscovered it.
I Lost My Mind
Once upon a time I lost my mind The chase led me to an open field Filled with flowers towering over head With balloon dogs chasing bubbles Floating gently above a restless creek Stocked with bathing rainbow fish And cellophane men came tumbling down Crashing apart as they hit the ground Leaving me to search this awful place As the skies caressed the clouds And drops of silver rain did fall And filled the stream with horrid screams That led my troubled mind back home To bed for normal, happy dreams
Thank you for taking the time to read this poem today! Have you ever found any of your old writing? What did you think of it? What do you think of this one? I’d love to hear in the comments!
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Here’s a poem I wrote in 2016. Some poems age into themselves and their meanings change to readers over time based on current events. I won’t attempt to provide explanation or analysis. I do hope it resonates with you though.
A Moment Aflame
at tables cleaned and polished by our own hands we sit attempting personal renaissance: a moment in time caught fire. we sit, write, talk, eat, drink, breathe in- to creation the desperation for a life out- side of this very existence controlled by desire to satiate the disease of purpose symptoms driven deep into young minds by careless words; unanswered questions: unfulfilled dreams pushed onto another generation as lost grown children wander with empty eyes and imploding hearts.
they told us we were equal, instead, we are searching for explanations – why this world has treated our existences like matches: struck aflame burned out thrown away
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