Delusional Fog

The Inner changes

Reflect on others

 

I wish I could erase.

But maybe there is no point

 

if that is just something to focused on

while in reality

 

we are trapped

lost, and regrettably

scared.

 

 

This line that seems to drive most

Has ran out of gas

fallen short of picking me up

The ignition to my life seems burned oh so many times.

 

 

For what reason

I have yet to find

 

The whirlwind of disconnect

Chase my every move

 

As if waiting, planning my next

 

step

 

before I even set my direction.

 

 

To

 

Accomplish what?

 

I have yet

 

to find

 

and search

 

 

All I know now,

is that I

 

mixed between to many obstacles

find myself not

 

chaotic but

 

sleepy.

 

 

To dream away

the problems of the present

and distant future.

 

The easy rhythm of my head upon the pillow

But yet the fog finds me distracted

 

between the two

How far will I climb

 

How long shall I wait

These questions

know not the answers.

 

to uncover

the mysteries

is part of the

life.

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2 thoughts on “Delusional Fog

  1. This poem sets up a feeling of understanding that the human race – and more specifically, you and I – will never have all of the answers. You go deeper, however, into a feeling of resignation – not anger or grief, but just a sense of tiredness not often conveyed by those musing at the universe.

    “All I know now,
    is that I
    mixed between to many obstacles
    find myself not
    chaotic but
    sleepy.”

    Well done!

    Also, I love your new theme – it totally fits your personality! 😀

  2. 🙂 Thank so much. I have wanted to write for so long, and I realized I love poetry!!!! Thank you so much for helping me through my writer’s block, or whatever it was.

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