Soliloquy: Dummer Junge

Soliloquy: Dummer Junge

A Story by Zackery Alan Daley
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Dummer Junge means foolish and/or silly boy. Metaphors and riddles are used but it makes sense to me. :)

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          So at last, the fox has been outfoxed, the Sun has set under a South-West sky, and the clouds of the night alleviate the stars and Moon from being unseen.  Creating a darkness only felt in a tyrants heart, it begins to change my own self-image.  After the light has been blown out, it allows a rational thought free, telling me how to become brave, and how to achieve those things I most desire.  Odd how a simple change of light can affect the thinking process.
          The wolves are out howling, and I answer their simple cry with a similar shout.  Meeting in the meadow where a carcass lay.  Only I'm no wolf, the meadow is a slummy house, and the carcass is an addiction.
          Can it be that the only thing I ever needed was an accomplice?  A person to hold after I slip out of reality and back?  No one has told me so, and since I have no certification I will continue to listen to the "professionals".  Pump me with your prescriptions until I bloat and explode into a cataclysm of what a human is considered to be.  You'll never listen to me.  The story of the foolish boy starts with this.

© 2010 Zackery Alan Daley


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Zackery Alan Daley
I would appreciate feedback deeply, and I hope this may satisfy your lust for literature if only for less than a minute.

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This was beautiful. The scene that's set is interesting, to say the least. I also like your vocabulary. Hope this was enough feedback for you.

Posted 10 Years Ago


1 of 1 people found this review constructive.

I enjoyed the whole piece, however I particularly enjoyed this line: 'Pump me with your prescriptions until I bloat and explode into a cataclysm of what a human is considered to be.' I felt like I could really relate to that.

Posted 10 Years Ago


1 of 1 people found this review constructive.


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Zackery Alan Daley

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