23 Fitzroy Road , In The Middle

LUST, restoration,
weight, exhausted,
by a pregnant thought,
CEMETERIES, in a
mental hospital, each
one filled with lonlyness,
and hard drugs.
CACOPHONY, fills your
head with laughter,
your hands, hit all the
right chords, still you find
your self in the middle,
waiting for some thing,
any thing, good to break
thrue.AMEN

by DAVID GERARDINO

Comments (6)

Beautifully crafted work of art demonstrating so powerfully and vividly the deep need of mankind not to rely upon his own strength, but upon the grace and power accessed through faith.
Beautiful poem. I read it again and again. Then again Henry Wadsworth is one of my favorite.
Great poetry from a legendary poet. Like to read again and again.
This is real poetry......pure genius
Why are poems by amateur poets getting so much praise while classic poems are crumpled with poor ratings? I mean, it's not like anyone can just write this poem as quickly as possible: with enough ghost around, emotions can fly. The poem is beautiful by a long stretch of the imagination.
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