No Room For Subtlety

No Room For Subtlety

A Poem by J.T. Decker

Wrong Again

 poetry is meant to be vague. 
Leave clues and let the reader come up with their own conclusion... 
I suppose I should be less definitive; more ambiguous. 
Again, my cynicism has gotten the best of me. 
I can not seem to trust your ability to interpret.
I'm a blind man in a kingdom established by the deaf and dumb.

© 2012 J.T. Decker

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Added on April 17, 2011
Last Updated on December 14, 2012
Tags: cynical, frustration, ignorance


J.T. Decker
J.T. Decker

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