There is a Man Named Nameless

Discussion in 'Poet's Corner' started by InnerStrength, Dec 28, 2006.

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  1. InnerStrength

    InnerStrength Well-Known Member

    Here is another poem I wrote a few months ago. I think it's a little awkward, but it gets my point across, I think.

    “There is a Man Named Nameless”

    Forget identity in this obscure fabric of time
    Realize the taint of an effigy
    The ideal representation of man is a crime

    Wicked wraiths and sagacious souls share one common trait
    In the end, they realize the one fatal flaw
    Something called “the will” to ensure no one waits
    Forcing you against me, held aloft by a dubious claw

    It seems to me, after all is said and done
    An egregious fallacy, blocking a brilliant sun

    We can face the world, give it one last try
    Here’s to hope, and individuality sucked dry

    The dagger of decisiveness pierces virgin skin
    Say farewell to the sense of self
    For there is a man named nameless
    The way it was meant to be
  2. BrokenPieces

    BrokenPieces Well-Known Member

    wonderful poem... it was great to read...

    thanks for sharing...

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