Rushing Headlong – The Mush from the Hill

First published on Free Verse Revolution (FVR) Publishing.

FVR Publishing

writer-1421099_1280I thought I didn’t want fame and glory

But jealousy is kicking in

I’m ashamed to admit

Feeling stuck in a pit

I want more than just a fling

 

I see all the good writers out there

I thought I could be one

But I look inside

And I can’t hide

From the person that’s come undone

 

I only ever wanted

To stand amongst the crowd

To feel apart

Of this profound art

To hold me head up proud

 

But here I am again

Feeling guilty as I do

Nothing’s changed

Still ashamed

Just longing to write like you

 

Could you tell me if I’m doing wrong?

This pitiful plea for help

Just sounds like I am

Throwing toys from the pram

Whimpering like a childish whelp

 

I’ve said what I had to say

Feeling better but know I’ve done wrong

I’ve said too much

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