2 poems by Maid Corbic : Counterculturality & Decriptivity II

COUNTERCULTURALITY

I run away from myself too many years backwards
I'm afraid I may not be such a strong man
Enough to keep you for life

Cultivating diversity from the biological side
A smile gives me that not everything is so black
As it seems to many

I am brave; crazy to risk love again
After many years to surrender to feelings
Which lead me to new life lessons

I walk - I keep quiet while I do that
Folded in pain, as aeroculture is to blame for everything
The years went by until I learned only one

It is too late to repent of my mistakes
He ran away from trouble a hundred times, but they found me again
It's not worth giving me hope - I'm sinful!

DECRIPTIVITY II

Defaux time, killed by life
I tarnish my name and surname just like that
to someone who doesn’t appreciate me the way I am at heart
because everyone cares how much money I have in my pocket

Hard times, I try to be normal
but it is impossible when I have strange people
who want me to be what I am not
and I can't be that

And every time I want to be as good as possible
something happens, someone decrypts me
so it converts binary codes to hexadecimal
anyway without questions, I will be absolute zero

The word just remained on paper
strange times are where love is hardened
the poems became a goodnight fairy tale
silence replaced by blows
which I give into the four walls consciously

I can go on alone
but life is not loneliness
it’s not worth being what you’re not
when everyone decrypts you.

Wolfpack Contributor Bio: Maid Corbic

By davidlonan1

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