(untitled)#47

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from source to soul

detoxify the mirage –

a matrix of lies

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each train ride –

a tourniquet of boredom

constricting my heart

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character review:

a blank personality –

my poker face

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descrying this world

conscientiously objecting

to normalcy

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methods twist –

where darkness falls – reason lies

invoking nature

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earth, water, air … fire!

fingers twist conjuring shapes

transforming futures

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bitter thoughts attack

 inaction’s utter violence –

the calm in my eyes

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the mundane facade

before it is unleashed

prepare for the storm

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feel the pressure wave:

smell the rain before it falls –

hear the gust – it comes!

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sliding doors open

silently disappearing

the calm of the night

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this thread I walk –

this tangled web:

where dost it lead?

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Haiku-heights theme: storm

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8 thoughts on “(untitled)#47

  1. I hope this is a poetic screenplay or a computer game and not a plan of action for past/present/future! It is atmospheric, image rich, and scarey–maybe I should not have seen the film Hitchcock before reading it.

  2. Thank you for taking the time to read and comment. I wonder should I leave the mystery in suspense?

    Unfortunately these times seem to have an excess of troubled characters who take to the internet before committing an atrocity against the innocent as a result of their inability to find peace.

    Consequently let me reassure that this is purely poetry, not a plan of annihilation. It does of course blend moments of bitterness, some real and others imagined into a factional / fictional scene and adds real, meteorological, storms that I have encountered.

    However, I find that there is some, small, compliment in your wondering!

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