Three parts of early morning death

By freezing

Stupid wishes to someone not existing!
Let the dark cloud rise
show me forms and future
Creatures and mayhem
I don’t need to know what’s coming
I just need reason
something to fight and kill
let it be
break the nothing
crush the silence
stop drinking being the only excitement
let cold blood kill again
How can’t you believe in us?
It’s hard not to believe
it feeds the silence
Fill it with god
in blood and gore and war and dead children
in guns or books?
In something people say, someone said
long ago
in money, the one who exists?
Wealth, status, achievements
So, what to believe in, except for ourselves?
Of whom we know are nothing,
never right, and always wrong
drinking, sick
Part III
Is being bad worth your friends?
Is to kill innocence
for them, you once trusted in
Is murder the price for reason?
And when they leave you,
will you leave them?
I know you’re gonna stay
Some people live in silence
and nothing
and emptiness
it’s cold here

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Copyright 2018 freezing
Published on Friday, November 30, 2018.     Filed under: "Reflective" and "Poetry"

Author's Note:

non native; a lot of sorry for writing, spelling and/ or grammar mistakes ;)
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  • Jonas Robinson On Saturday, December 1, 2018, Jonas Robinson (718)By person wrote:

    You have a lot of reflection glowing from your experiences. One like you need not worry about living a complex life, but just relaxing in a chamber somewhere, (Metaphorically speaking.) Though, if you want some fun, who am I to tell you not to? Great stuff, I hope you keep writing. Thank you. :)

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