Echo Seeker

I'm lost in a wave of apathy,

An endless sea of empty.

If there was a lifeboat,

It's long forgotten,

As the world freezes over.


I once was found.

Once I had a fiery passion.

I made the earth my playground,

Its very being, my entertainment.

Then time announced its presence.


I reached out in desperation,

As life danced by.

At its very closest,

It was just out of my reach.

I loathed its presence.


I was stuck in place,

While my mind screamed to move.

The gridlock ground,

And groaned, and cracked,

And finally broke something.


I think it was important.

  • Author: Echo Seeker (Offline Offline)
  • Published: January 6th, 2019 13:56
  • Category: Reflection
  • Views: 21
  • User favorite of this poem: psychofemale.
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  • psychofemale

    gosh, do i know that feeling. this was awesome. well written

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