The Disposable Man

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The Disposable Man

A shadow walks beside its host,

 Suspending conversation in the dead air.

Expressing thoughts he hides the most,

Dead memories of a life unfair.

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The Three Nevers

Here is another old dinosaur I’ve recently uncovered in my archive. I haven’t seen this one in a while, but it’s message still holds true today.

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Lost In this empty shell,
Materialized by ashes,
From the bridges I’ve burned,
My Memories are all I have left,
The random thoughts of agony,
And all these past joys,

Nothing could be further from the truth,
As a man who is a free,
A world born in chains,
A population without a face,

We are so different, yet the same,
Trapped in a world of robots,
Under control by sadistic suits,
Yet though we are so same,
All we do is fight,
Puppets of our own play,

I have known what it feels to live,
I have known what it feels to fall,
Life is so cruel,
Life is so beautiful,

The things experienced in life,
Are the unforgettable uncertainties,
The rush of a change,
The move of a wave,
The life changing sounds of a newborn.

Born into this world to become another puppet,
Another step forward in the destruction of mankind,
As the oak tree stands tall,
The human race will not.

And unfathomable history,
Rests in the hands of generations,
Oceans may rise,
Fires may become ice,
Death may become life,

The story to remember here,
Is the story of the Three Nevers,
Never Regret,
Never Falter,
And Never Give Up,

Because in the end all you have ever wanted,
Will be right in front of you,
Its up to you to take it.
And through its taking,
You will have birthed,
A new beginning.

Of Blood and Ink- Author Steven Williams

Name: Steven A Williams

Hometown: Chicago, IL USA

Rank: Master poet and independent fiction writer

Favorite writer and poet: Ernest Hemingway, Edgar Allan Poe

The author’s thoughts on the “Of Blood and Ink” series, currently comprised of the 3 sub-collections; Continue reading