Saturday, 5 November 2016

1 Poem by Adam Levon Brown

Imprisoned

Pain sealed in shut
with iron bars
and left with bread scraps.
                       
Dank prison of
spiritual growth;
the water gives
an impression of
drowning.

Peripheral flashes
of leprosy embroidered
skin.

Putrid stench of
waste brings
reality to the forefront;

Third eye perception
summons a cacophony
from hell.


Bionote

Adam Levon Brown is a poet, student, and activist residing in Eugene, Oregon. He enjoys playing with cats, the outdoors, and meeting new people. He has been published in a few dozen places including Burningword Literary Journal and Yellow Chair Review. He can be contacted via his website at www,AdamLevonBrown.org, where he offers free poetry resources.

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