Poem Zero Hour

Poem Zero Hour

A Poem by Amanda Buscemi

it's hard to admit

that you are being knocked off a pedestal

you were never on.

it's hard 

       to believe words...

   when you can see that the words are as thin as air

no meaning exists where nothing remains

Admiration matters.

Beauty matters.

     And above all else,

              thinness matters.


f**k art.

© 2011 Amanda Buscemi

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Great work...also love the way the poem looked.

Posted 9 Years Ago

you have a very unique voice, and a format to your poetry that abandons the norm. you clearly possess an innate talent for words. awesome job, can't wait to read more :)

Posted 9 Years Ago

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Wow, powerful write, there is some truth in this as well.
This is amazing, i know this feeling a bit. Well expressed & written.

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3 Reviews
Added on September 3, 2011
Last Updated on September 8, 2011
Tags: art, words, beauty, thinness, admiration


Amanda Buscemi
Amanda Buscemi


I am 31, and a visual arts teacher that loves to read science fiction. I am currently on an Arthur C. Clarke rampage. I write poetry when I feel very strong emotion - it just emerges and comes togethe.. more..


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