Insanity

Poem By Ivona Sophia

Insanity catches you
Slowly on a gray day
Sheets of rain winter is late
This year maybe it will
Never come
Who cares not you anymore

Slowly
Fright sinks in your soul
Who is this person in the room
Rapidly switch the light on off
Surprise him it is a mirror
Unfamiliar face

The photograph of the murderer from the first
Page of tomorrow’s paper
You cut yourself shaving hurts
Different
You are closing the door for the place
Where you fall asleep three thousand
And eight times

Homeless on the station
You recite Shakespeare
By heart

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