It's ok to embrace the differences in yourself and others.
It's ok to find Ease in Disease



Ease

I have been plagued with sunlight since the moment I opened my eyes
Mine eyes divine washed and cried hardened tears by the time I learned to walk
I would stalk outside of her window hoping to get a glimpse of her without him
Forgive me father for I have sinned
I find ease in disease and I cant win
I need to be medicated
I need to be suffocated
Asphyxiated and tied nearly until my death or my last breath
Which would only release me from my bonds
I'm bound and rewound into my thirties
Into my twenties
Into my teens
After all adolescents falls and gives way to the laughing of children
Into the baby's cry and the first goodbye when he or she is ripped from a mother's hands
Mom I demand a recount
I demand principals to stand on their icebergs and let pride crash into them
Unsinkable and unthinkable
Unmentionables seem to be impenetrable hulls and lulls turning into days and weeks and they can only speak to you if you are deaf and the insistent beats of melodic feet come trampling in

BAM STICK BOOM

All in tune out to haunt you until you give into the ever-changing Meta morph is...
Meta tag, hash tag philosophical creator and I command injustice
In just us I believe, so try and read you illiterate dumbass motherfuckers that cant ever dream to speak from this place and you dare try to place me on even ground
Ever stare and face me down
Ever walk in circles to view me in the round
Do you hear that sound?

BOOM STICK BAM!

...Goddamn...

I have been plagued with sunlight since the moment I opened my eyes
Mine eyes divine washed and cried hardened tears by the time I learned to walk
I would stalk outside of her window hoping to get a glimpse of her without him
Forgive me father for I have sinned
I find ease in disease and I cant win




Poetry by TheNakedPoet
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Written on 2018-09-23 at 05:54

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