Identity Theft Read Count : 9

Category : Poems

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I feel weightless,  then I tumble down through the air.

The darkest parts of this mist grips hold on me, surrounded by the sound of sirens but I don't see a thing.

Frozen in disbelief, how did I end up here?


Let the world fall down, falling around my feet.

I come alive in slow motion, I feel like falling.

Colors come alive blurring now, trying to find my forever falling into never-ending.

Trembling ricochet commotion.

Tumbling tumbling down further down, my feet never reach the ground.

Your words burn my identity away.


Watercolor skies dancing in mist, set me free from wicked skies.

Isolated falling back to a bliss, succumb to the weight killing the wonder from my eyes.

You tell me who I am, but I can't see for myself.

Trees silhouette fading back forever, my tongue forgets the words of comfort.


Let the world fall down, falling around my feet.

I come alive in slow motion, I feel like falling.

Colors come alive blurring now, falling into never-ending.

Trembling ricochet commotion.

Tumbling tumbling down further down, my feet never reach the ground.

Your words burn my identity away.


Falling down in this world of darkness, I can't see the the divide.

How am I to go one way or the other in this, darkness holds the moment in the light.

The more you force my change the more I stay the same.

Force me out until there's nothing left, committing identity theft.


Let the world fall down, falling around my feet.

I come alive in slow motion, I feel like falling.

Colors come alive blurring now, falling into never-ending.

Running your maze in the flickering light, hopping I'm doing right.

Trees silhouette fading back forever, my tongue forgets the words of comfort.

I come alive in slow motion, I feel like falling.

Comments

  • Maurice  Beres

    Maurice Beres

    Wonderfully worded with a strong message

    Jan 17, 2019

  • Jan 19, 2019

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