Chemical Bliss

Chemical Bliss

A Poem by Jonas Hughes

Escape from life is a myth; Chemical bliss is a search for truth, not answers or resolutes. Eternal bliss is a myth, wrapped in a beautiful blanket of chemical bliss


Dreams are bigger than a bloc

Happines born in labs; Bliss Tags

Inside powder, pipes, pills, and rocks 

Smoke or Sell

Death and or Jail

Dreams die; bliss is ingested

Swallows you alive

Pain festers and thrives

On your hope until you are weak

Dreams carry you from the bleak 

Deprive you of Sleep

Concrete jungles; Open air markets

Chains of regret; slivers of angst

Fears fed by life; As seem on TV 

Drown in illusions of ecstasy

Blessings are curses in disguise

Deadliest predator; 3 Minute Snippets for teeth

Illusions built from delusions

Inspired Confusion by Infusions of small truths 

We Drown; Ocean of lies and deceit

Defeat;Defeat;Defeat; Dividends discretely rise

Dead on your feet; Swallow more bliss

A zombie; a shell; there is no heaven

Living hell; chasing a lie

Chasing a high; Dragon's Tale

There is no escape; there is no bliss

Heaven; Hell; Olympus; Hades

One Rock; A Mercedes

One Rock; An Atom Bomb

Bliss  is a nice visit

To exist in constant bliss

a myth



© 2016 Jonas Hughes

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This was pretty interesting Jonas. Sometimes just top point out our worst predator can be our own selves. Good thing about dreams is they don't have expiration dates. xo Winter

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Added on March 11, 2008
Last Updated on July 12, 2016
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