Scattered mind

June 23, 2017
By lamanta GOLD, Oshkosh, Wisconsin
lamanta GOLD, Oshkosh, Wisconsin
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My life is like a rainbow
Split in different sparkles,
Ones that are black and the other white.
Laying my knees to my chest
I rejoice.
I embrace the communion of the moon
The night covers,
My unhappy soul.
Lost I cry out
Hunger is not a rainbow
My friend, nothing beats the
Rumbling noise of the walls of your belly
Feeding on the cold chilly breeze of the air
As you walk across those fast food restaurants,
With signs on it “eat me” gir,
You might as well quit your diet
With no choice you walk in
Sit yourself on those top raised chairs
Give your order.
Still doubting whether you should eat
I let go of you any way
In my moms house I remember
The smell of her well spiced fried steak.
Getting ready for dinner
Looking through my neighbor's window
Un folded
Watching Pokémon
Like my old self
Bragging about having
Written on the gentle squashing drops of water
Along the pacific
I remember the sand dunes games
Along the beach,
The waters flow is so peaceful
Even the swans begin to float
In a calm rejuvenated stance.

The author's comments:

Let your mind swing free because only then can you reach the fargone rhythms

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