The Rebel

Rebellion Poems

Rebellion Poems

 

My father once warned me
That the rebel within me
Will cause nothing but trouble.
Maybe that is exactly what I need
To feel alive again
While the dawn is approaching
And all that I can see is
Shredded glass, blood and green illusions.
Who am I even talking to?

My father once said to me
That my dreams will kill me
That I need to be happy with what I have.
Oh, misery, mediocre conformability,
I want to get out of this
So called live-work-die facility
And all that I can see is
Shredded glass, blood and green illusions.
Who am I even talking to?

People are unwanted children
Attached to just because we couldn’t live without them.

 

more by URSULA RABAR BABIC

photograph by Nabeel Syed

 

Image Curve’s Manifesto

Explore our Legends collection

Facebooktwitterredditpinterestlinkedinmail

You may also like...