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The Victum

Diamond colored coffins
cutting open souls


Could it be so often!?

An orphan offered up
to the wind

Coughing up blood

Born without love

Drug habits in place of parents

The damage to be done

Slit wrist which already exist

Steady hands for incisions
in the decisions of this world

Underneath the prisons of clouds
screaming load voices
to strike thunder and hunger
to the young and uninvited
uniting the stars falling

Hearts pouring open orbit rain
in the pains spinning dizzy
visiting hell here

A hail storm of verbal abuse
to point fingers and sting us

Conquering spirits
as big as Genghis Khan

(The world speaking to the victims)

"Get a job!"

A whole universe of
mis-judged judges
punching gavilon's
as if we sin not
in grim plots to rot away and hide away
what we've done wrong ourselves

What morsels tossed from a plate to eat
we feed the already suffering!

Discovering that

We too are as the weak...
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Poetry.com 3.9 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 12 reviews.
Ronald Forsythe More than 1 year ago
very vived
ARUN MAZUMDER More than 1 year ago
Raina Barth More than 1 year ago
I love this its so true
mercedes More than 1 year ago
nice poem
Anna Laurencio More than 1 year ago
Beau a bien illustré Beautiful well illustrated
Susanna Correya More than 1 year ago
Your blatant approach to the theme of the poem is laudable. There were some grammatical errors and some misapplied words, but the feel was ever present. 
Nicholas Plunkett More than 1 year ago
Good work
Kristine Sutter-Williams More than 1 year ago
an eye opener to what goes on in this world.
Bonzell Joins, Jr. 5 months ago
nice transition of thought
Isaiah Majok More than 1 year ago
ok. keep sharing
Jack Shelton More than 1 year ago
pain its plain
Krystal Brewingtion-Poore 7 months ago
I like this
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