Miles from no where

Miles from no where

A Poem by Mario Vitale



sometimes I feel like a motherless child

running wild in the breaze

at times I think there is more to life

a slash of tonic a hint of spice

another chance at which to roll the dice

yet in the gloom in doom

take some time out to clean my roon

a spash of perfume

yet I'm here left alone miles from no where

I shed a single tear to numb the inner pain

left with the one guitar string that I have learned to play on

deep in the dark corridor of my inner mind


a vast array of oceanic sounds come alive

look at the Albatross flying in mid air without a care

learn to think for yourself as the sweet manifestation of love permeates in your gate

we all look for something in life yet what ?

miles from no where

in the setting sun


words can't express the true meaning of our conquest

all of life is one big test I must confess

barrowed basement pews

the tunes of Huey Lewis & The News

somedays got me singing the blues

whispers in the corridor of my mind

fancy suits and wine

I resign yet to what ?

© 2017 Mario Vitale

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Added on October 4, 2017
Last Updated on October 4, 2017


Mario Vitale
Mario Vitale

Wolcott, CT

Published 1,000 poems featured on Poetrysoup, Starlitecafe, Allpoetry & more..

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