Well, what’s a fellow to do?

When all worked for is gone

All is gone and all is none

And all you can do is nothing

Can a person be sad in all happiness?

Be cheery when death surrounds

Be sulking when euphoria abounds

And confusion begins to engulf

What is the problem?

A simple question but no simple answer can do

Woe and misunderstanding with no further ado

One is wrapped in a plight in oneself

From whence the trouble came, may it be gone

But this fellow indulges in this doom

Laying alone in this lonely room

Thinking of the pain, while in strife and sin, it consumes

What does it all come to?

No answers, no replies, one beckons into the sunlit darkness

Weathered to a pulp by the windy emotions and rained down by the nothingness

Eroded into the non-existent earth as he floats in the space above where he was placed

Why’s and when’s and who’s and how’s buzzing and stinging and dying and birthing

Resurrecting in him renewing feelings and not freeing him to the ground

A loss for words is found

For the lips have been opened and only air came out

A cry has been heard but no one came about

Ending with No fear of the next but indulgence in wrongdoing and now, seemingly, giving up!


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