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In Small Circles (I Feel No Pain)
(1967- / Homestead, Florida)

In Small Circles (I Feel No Pain)

In small circles, I feel no pain
The magic flows, imbues my brain
Turns my focus to the sky
Shall remain
Puerile dreams that drive the train
Deplete themselves by grain by grain
Wish me peace, a brief goodbye
Board again
And to these worlds I touch the rain
That falls upon this soul and stains
Does it rain or do I cry
Reach and strain
For dreams are driving me insane
Beyond my reach they shall remain
And as the numb becomes this nigh
Feel no pain

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Comments (5)

I love the way this flows - when heard in a man's voice, it makes me think of a soldier going off to war, and that makes me think of my Uncle. This poem has such a strong voice, trying not to falter, but still feeling a bit lost. This is a wonderful poem. -L.C.
I really enjoyed the rhythm of this poem.
I used to liken it to keeping ones eyes firmly fixed on the grey paving stones, excellent poem. L
Hello Allan, Thank you for your kind comments. I am, however, a male! KAV
Kelly i dont read many poetry book's, i think you are a young lady who loves her poetry, that can be a good thing, i hope you dont take me as one of my charactor's in my poem's, i am a man who loves to laugh, also to make other people laugh, i love to make them feel what i am feeling when i write i want them to be there with me, when i write some of my work is true I dont tell the people which is true, you love to be happy regard's AJS