Generation Zero

Generation Zero

A Poem by terry smith

My feet dig
into the concrete
with the weight of this life
and the carcass of god
in the winds above us

© 2019 terry smith


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this is great. maybe go back to it and keep writing. continue the story.

Posted 5 Months Ago


this life can get heavy...we can only hope sometimes to abide long enough to see what comes after, and hope they are gentle winds.
I also relate to this on another level..my youth spent in the concrete jungle of the Bronx...and yet that slight wind above for my summers in Vermont...and its gentle surroundings.
a telling image is "carcass of god"
big wow on that one...and what it conjures up.
Is he still there? or just the bones of....

Posted 5 Months Ago



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Books by Terry Smith Bathroom Graffiti Angel Vomit Sid & Mary (Opal ) a journey into the wasteland available on Amazon Happily Married more..

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