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Intense apathy
by Sean O'Connell

Sunday, November 17, 2002

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Intense apathy
pounds at my skull
driving me to explore exciting
untried possibilities ~
Id rather not try

Bloodless vitality
plays on my mind
urging me to embrace enlightening
uncluttered sensibilities ~
Id rather just cry

Dismal clarity
flares in my thoughts
rousing me to examine enlivening
untrained capabilities ~
Id rather not pry

Lifeless energy
screams in my head
pushing me to experience enticing
unchecked feasibilities ~
Id rather just die

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Reviewed by na na (Reader) 11/18/2002
Intensely apathetic. Means when I look at you from the outside, I only see a sponge absorbing what comes your way. Inactive and alone. Waste of life without energy, we look and there you are, and we expect you to stay that way always. Sort of like when a photographer takes your picture. Don't move , don't breathe, hold it. Standing on one toe, frozen in space. Bill
Reviewed by jude forese 11/17/2002
go ahead, explore...
Reviewed by - - - - - TRASK 11/17/2002

A Man Who Never Takes a Chance Is Only a Fool Who Never Makes a Mistake,i.e. As He Dies Of Young Age!

Reviewed by Ronald Hull 11/17/2002
I'd rather be in Philadelphia.
Reviewed by E T Waldron 11/17/2002
Wow Sean! powerful emotions...intense and graphic...well done!
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