Every Thought Denied Existence

Every Thought Denied Existence

A Poem by Max Meunier

Every thought denied existence
Lingers long in realms of rue
Just as truths untold persist
Subconsciously in shades imbued
To our known ideal of self
We struggle in estranged subdue
What is shown through what is held
Is often not revealed eschewed
On this fickle precipice
Lie all expressions fraught with fear
Hanging on the impetus
Of what impressions wrest our peers
If our minds are left to excess
Overburdened, undermined
Ever will impending duress
Govern what things we may find
Still, with stubborn heads relentless
Silencing the heart’s desire
Suffer as these false intentions
Surface surfeit of our ire

© 2016 Max Meunier


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You write with a experience pen. Making the reader feel and understand the thoughts shared.
"If our minds are left to excess
Overburdened, undermined
Ever will impending duress
Govern what things we may find"
The above lines left the reader with questions. Who govern our life? Thank you for sharing the excellent poetry.
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Posted 3 Years Ago



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Added on October 1, 2016
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Tags: max, meunier, poetry, existence, observation, entropy, introspection, humanity, life, death