Burdens Chew

I’ve been thinking about it for a while,
toggling with the idea of this mentality.

I’ve wondered and wondered most times
unaware of the slightest clues
right before my very eyes;
I’ve failed to see.

Burdens chew
through to an early grave
of what is and what is not;
real or unreal—

a bunch of misconceptions
taken lightly and not properly diagnosed,
complete with worries caught
like the cold that stays put long after
all the symptoms were treated
and have long ago disappeared.

2 thoughts on “Burdens Chew

  1. good poem, well written. I noticed Chester meynes liked it too, he is an amazing poet and it says a lot that he has noticed you, i am inspired to read more, good start, kind regards, baldy 🙂

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