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Bible Life

Updated on May 1, 2015

Bent under the weight of living,

I unlearned myself

And vomited a past

I'd grown blue with forgetting.

Memories assualted me,

Debri I tried to forget.

Only men in dirty rags go back

Poking corners light ignored,

Feeding on its dust.

Nothing is there

Just as it always was.

I was a perpetual young man

Fierce as a playful puppy

Popping in and out of mischief.

Everything I said was contradicted;

My shadow was rarely needed.

Now I look for life and demand little.

Primitive thoughts are obsolete.

I walk calm and renewed

A reborn man.

In a few years

God will remember me.


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