I Forgot Shame

Poem By James McLain

Gone yes was I for a while
tears eyes did jerk snivel.
Sniveled me at all blinks u
shame hang head lay down.
Imagination horrible no minds
lands barren soulless sterile.
Trapped head head trapped
attack back front side hide.
Sliding through void origins
haunted mind house others.
Worried my tail dogs did off
helping hands nurse soothed.
Home schooled start go stop
popping noises light bright
snap peas sight eyes dim.
After culling mind mine you
yesterday forgotten nameless.

Comments about I Forgot Shame

interesting creation.......nicely penned.


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