Maria Antonia

Maria Antonia

A Poem by Samantha M. Tusspot

i don't even know what this is.

living in sunken eyes now hollow
wondering how to get by till tomorrow
where all my dreams have been torn, chewed and swallowed
spit out the bleak, the poor and mundane
euthanize those whose memoirs border deranged
repenting and swaying until once more i am sane
we see, we say, we breathe in the strange.

© 2010 Samantha M. Tusspot

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Added on October 1, 2010
Last Updated on October 1, 2010
Tags: whatever, odd, strange, dark


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