As You Were...

As You Were...

A Poem by Heather Rodwell

No clue whatsoever. The words just sound fun together.

It's just another way to hell
Covered in disastrous excitement.
No-one can hide the truth
Quite as well as I.
Fairness in the distance
Shatters like a vase
In a concrete car port.
I'm feeling this
It's insignificant.
It makes my brain implode.
A rose bud disintegrates
And my heart 
With a strange sound
Thudding in my ears.
I see it all
In that one second
Of consciousness. 

© 2014 Heather Rodwell

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Added on November 28, 2014
Last Updated on November 28, 2014


Heather Rodwell
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Cape Town, South Africa

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