Resolution Deconstruction

Resolution Deconstruction

A Poem by Young Mountain

The 1st short in the series "Hush".


Wrangled up in mazes without exits,all the clocks read quarter past nine.

what if i never surrender will the escape become clear;

or will I stay buried in the wandering echo.

I search armed with determination,

but you knock at the door such force

and you empty the viruses into my dead-space;

they seek to destroy all that is rested,

while my eyes bleed frustration.

it wasn't always like this

before there was an understanding -

did i break the rules or was it always this unclear?

we don't have to pretend,I'm not asking for much.

You're my only sleep thief-

but this is too much, show yourself.
I'll lay still, I will listen with intent,

come closer, I'll even whisper-

I'll find you than kill you

and close my eyes quarter past nine.

© 2010 Young Mountain

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this is haunting, i find it to be fascinating.

Posted 13 Years Ago

This is a very strong and imaginitive piece, the concept is just out of my grasp, but I have theories on what this could mean. :) wonderful writing style, sir.

Posted 13 Years Ago

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This kind of left me confused, but in a good way. It made me think, and imagine where things were going. Makes me want to read more. Nicely done!

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Added on August 15, 2010
Last Updated on August 16, 2010
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