The Illusion of Failure by Dee Kay

The Illusion

of

Failure

By Dee Kay


The loneliness of my mind is trapping me inside, 
the ever extending gap between hope & reality seems too wide.
A cry for help, a scream for some ease, & a longing for internal calmness,
goes unheard as the voices of self doubt rises along-side aloofness.
Am I losing the battles and win the war,
Or am I winning the battles and losing the war.
The mind strikes some uneasy questions for me to apprehend,
I sit down to think about the best version of me to transcend.
I know the going is getting harder and harder with each passing moment, 
the intensity of positive energy decline is quite apparent. 
The loneliness of my mind has trapped me inside, 
the ever extending gap between hope & reality has become too wide.
I am falling back to the same pattern that never got me anywhere, 
the stupid hope of a miracle waiting to take me somewhere. 
Hope becoming my biggest fear as I know I lack the work,
the transformation of turning into a hopeful berk.
I need a second or two to get my act together again, 
I need to do things that would sound a bit insane. 
This isn’t a war I’m destine to lose so I will give it another try, 
This is the time to stand back up and shout the war cry.
The loneliness of my mind is just an illusion of my weaknesses, 
the ever extending gap between hope & reality is an unwanted analysis.
By – Dee Kay

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