Monthly Archives: July 1994

poetry

untitled (in 2 parts) – (c)

Mid-summer ’94 – untitled (in 2 parts) – (c)

(Untitled) (c)
Part I

And once again, it returns.
Isolation,
Cold,
Numb,
Vividly Blurred,
As an outsider, I watch the world.
Yet in a dazed semi-conscious state,
I am in control.

Apart again, an outsider.
Watching,
Fearing,
Hiding,
All that I am,
What I really desire, accepting me.
When all is removed,
However unlikely or undesirable,
I must remain.

A fleeting conscious thought.
Acceptance?
Relief
Happiness
Coming home,
Out of the shells of fear,
and wells of doubt.
Never turning my back on home
I shed my tears.

Part II

Rejected desolation,
quiet separation,
learning that
truth,
pain,
hope
and despair
are all, and always will be
the same.

No matter where you are,
or where you go,
they follow.

Turning back,
realizing that there
IS no way out,
I leave my life behind,
and become myself.

Free, and ready
Ready
to begin.

Begin life,
love,
happiness.

The things that
make one
oneself.

Personally
believing,
hope,
future.

Shadows give way to light.
Light shows through.

And for the first time
is seen
what I truly wanted to see.

No more hiding,
and who I am
who I will be.
No more shadows,
and life begins.
No more colors of the night.

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