Get Out

self-motivating poetry

Poem

 

Just get out out out
Of your spinning, stirring head
And your tightened, hardened heart
That stays silenced out of dread
Of what may come
Of what may numb
Your feelings further
‘Til your heart no loner
Feels the freezing
Or the burning
Or the sudden skips and turnings
That pump life into the veins
That hold sharp thorns of pain
Prodding silently into the walls
Of your soul’s darkened halls

Just get out out out
Of the fear and sullen doubt
Of the judgment and bad touts
And turn towards a higher route
Of what may come
Of what may numb
Your indecisive mental thrum
And play a sweeter, lighter strum
That melts the freezing,
Cools the burning
And starts the sudden skips and turnings
That pumps life into the veins
That once held thorns of pain
Prodding silently into the walls
Of your soul’s now lightened halls

 

more by CHELSEA LEGAY

photograph by Danielle MacInnes

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