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One hundred reasons for something meaningless
Only one kept me there

Not a single trace of anything left
But somehow the motions are almost natural

Is this what you think about?

I donít know what I want
I donít care what you want

Wherever we are then there we are right brother?
I canít expect you to buy the cow if the milk is for free

But what if the milk is sour?

What then?

Can you even taste the difference?

I donít remember anything
Except that moment
That silence
That rest

If I felt anything about this it would be better

Then at least I would know itís real



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The following comments are for "C."
by radicaldramatics

C...
...Most poets write in affirmations or confirmations, exploitations, anger, love, hate, wonder, hurt, none-the-less it all stems from PASSION... in either case, it's about self expression. For whatever the ailment or emotion that drives a writer to write it is the single thing that we as writers own and give away.

I write from all over the place with every emotion imagineable...I write. I also enjoyed reading this poem.

...and YES...you do care or the passion to write of it would be something less then zero.

seems as if there's more to this then you're letting out though.

welcome to lit.org!

( Posted by: LMJ [Member] On: March 29, 2008 )





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