Then I got my stimulus
and my world was tumbling down.
Maybe it was just my existence,
slowly falling to the ground.
My love, my hate, my values, my notions,
my pleasure, my pain, my happiness, my sorrow
my conscious, my soul, my thoughts, my emotions,
all crashing down at once, like there was no tomorrow.
I sit there so numb; a guilty witness as the tragedy befalls,
All alone, too far gone, here not a single soul saw me
I had mustered that courage, to tape my crumbling walls,
Destroyed by a mere drizzle, that barged like a Tsunami
And to pieces, I broke
On the shards, I choke
Not a word, I spoke
I ended in smoke
© Rosh Von Amber 2014