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Monday, November 8th 2004, by Marissa A Spencer

Wall of Doubt

From the depths, I look within,
I gaze upon a prison of my own construct
The dark windows and cold floors
Engulf me
Freeze me
Swallow up all the light

The anger from my higher self screams
Until trembling I finally stand
I pound my fists at my self-imposed cell
A despondent partaker in my supposed reality
In rebellion the mirrors shatter

There looms above a lucid masterpiece
Illuminated, resplendent, aware
But I preferred my self-illusion, hate, and destruction
I am realizing what a moronic fool I am
There is always a doorway
Or a window, or a pathway
I just have to find it
And know it when I do

November 7, 2004 Marissa A Spencer




8 Nov 2004 @ 06:09 by scotty : yup !
"I just have to find it
And know it when I do" - that's the tricky bit !  

8 Nov 2004 @ 06:11 by skookum : aye Scotty
tis always some catch! lol  

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