Tuesday, November 20, 2012

Two AM Poetry


November 21, 2012

Thoughts awhirl in my head in my bed
Weigh down on me  like lead like lead 
And if I close my eyes perhaps I can shed I can shed
All the weight, all the thoughts like I’m dead. Like I’m dead. 
Asleep asleep, lay my head, lay my head 
In the depths of the deep deep pillow and shed and shed.
 My thoughts like a snake skin but they are fed they are fed. 
By the darkness and weariness and worries  “I need peace now.” I said. 
But the dark does not listen and I've read. I have read.
My thoughts on the pillow they have bled they have bled.
Sopping though it is, red, it is red.
I lay weary down all the heaviness that is my head.
I lay it in the pillow and my thoughts all in a shred.

-Emily Chumchal  Andrews

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