Ash Aimed iv

feelings of inadequacy overwhelming guilt filled angst ridden
card dealer for cards more than blackjack when player hits past seven in teen
pushing buttons for luck with no counting skills
pissed at angry dreams with no fuss or frills

begging to see beyond point of nose as air fills nostrils
still gaping holes begging for oxygen delivered through iron lungs
encased in ribcage spatial recognition flooded brain blood cells skills
watching patterns unfold infinitely repeating futures past

how does one face fears when tears blind eyes to what’s real?
who really sees objectively? robots with no feel or people with no think?
delusion deceives yet source of happy feet?
who then are we disturbing sleep?

blissful desire for right overriding happiness in sight
ignorance is king in blind man’s seas tossed to and fro
horizon waves solid frozen pot of gold elusive to chase
forgetting she comes again  as promised lands roll by man stuck

plight of unknown desires require more time to take flight
for fright freezes in place snow balls roll gathering no moss
death tolls sung for lost souls stuck in past time reviewed
endlessly by umpires screens critically acclaimed

analysts dissecting everything postulating state of affairs
never cause of that which we can clearly see for what is hidden
must be answer to everything unseen not destiny child of seven seeds
planted in garden breeze for memories live in beauty’s skin

till forgotten dreams resurface from depths of hell as angels
ascend heavenly reminded of former atrocities to spend eternity
in serenity blissful reminders of everything trapping the mind
indefinitely stuck in a loop unable to ascend past the moments of sin

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