The most planless day of my life


The most planless day of my life

As the bell rings and men rise
I thought it would all be nice
Swaddling with joy
Didn't know what was ahead of me
Until faith led me to the misfortune

Then I realized the effects of carrying around my home
As it left me, a BOOM!

Felt like renovating from a very fine palace
To a desert, and then running round the world looking for the outer space

As impromptu as a child in a deserted jungle
Surrounded by natures the wildest predators

Felt like hell as I missed life dream
As a tip of misfortune is narrated
As a matter of, effects of carrying around my home.
  • Author: Lincoln (Offline Offline)
  • Published: September 2nd, 2022 11:58
  • Category: Unclassified
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  • MendedFences27

    "Carrying around my home," really? Or is it imagination? I can see to where the "planless" part of your day disappeared. Your poem leaves the reader wondering is this true or not. Perhaps this was your intent. Keep writing it is the only way to learn. - Phil A.

  • queenjojo

    love your poem keep up the good work you really have a true inspiration when you write and i love it

    • Lincoln

      Thanks! Queen or jojo, that meant a lot

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