Scattered thoughts

by Jamie   Mar 1, 2018

Anger awakened me this
morning as sunshine tried
to peak inside, but i closed
the blinds again. My skin
is cold from last nights
voyeur adventure, and i

sigh with chapped lips. i
remind myself it's ok to
relasp once in a while. i
do wonder what Danielle
would think of this, but-

does it really matter?

She's just another abusive
person i let into my life to
feel loved. That's all i really
want. i could never commit
to anyone but my right hand
anyway. My gender doesn't
even love me.

Dysphoria feeds upon
what's left of buddah belly
and depression is my grim
reaper, i am not a man or
women just another
skeleton that will never
come out of your closet.


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  • 1 week ago

    by Hellon

    Know what deserve a capital "I" so own it can only be the victim if you allow it to happen...

  • 1 week ago

    by Nee

    You have beautiful vocabulary! And the poem has a unique structure that I could hear it being performed in a crowd.
    That's very brave of you to write about. Wonderful piece!

    Write on!

  • 2 weeks ago

    by Tony

    First off you have great vocabulary. Second, gender was invented by society, you do you.

    The last stanza packed a punch, and resonated with me. My brother was terrified to come out, especially to me. But we're closer than ever.

    You have tallent.

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