My Animalistic life

My Animalistic life

A Poem by Rochelle Delaine

This poem talks about what I think my responsibility is as a human. Its like I want more cause its natural to be alone and bored and unattended.


I hold the responsibility to increase with the possibility of starting an urge.

I hold the set of parenthesis that includes what is possible.

It takes a while to tame my conscious. I embrace the line for more.

What makes me alive is consuming an interpretation.

I concern the new wheel as I fill up my education. I cross the border to what lies, an interpretation and a testimony.

Having an interpret say what it means to produce. Give me more to show what I’m worth. So much tribulation that counts when I act like I want it.

I can take you to a place where I hope so you can witness the isolation that happens when things are not being enjoyed.

I get weak if I don’t have as much stuff.

© 2017 Rochelle Delaine

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Materialistically vorasous

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