The Invisible Man 26

Terry Trainor By Terry Trainor, 23rd Nov 2012 | Follow this author | RSS Feed
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Again the Invisible man talks to his imaginary friend his only friend and they talk of changes.

The Invisible Man 26

The Invisible Man talks to His Imaginary Friend. The only friend he has.

There have been some dreadful changes, Sam
This place is evil, corrupt and more,
But never was there such changes .Sam,
In any days ever before.
The world's gone mad you can depend on it,
All the old times are upset,
We will soon be in our coffins, Sam
Let’s make the world not forget.
It warm for spring too warm, Sam
Yesterday as I shuffled around the town,
The changes have happened. Sam
All in under thirty years,
Looking around my native town, Sam
I was thinking as I stood,
I looked for reassurance, Sam,
It did not do any good.
So where am I in this place?
Please listen to me Sam,
I looked around and all was strange,
Is this a horrible sham?
So while I've been gone the world has turned,
Our old places are so different today,
You close your eyes for a moment. Sam,
And all of the old things go away.
These men that live on this estate now, Sam,
It seems the dice is cast,
Sam the old times could not come back now,
So it's good bye to the past.


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author avatar Terry Trainor
I am a Poet.
My passion is to write about nature and the history of nature.

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author avatar Stella Mitchell
23rd Nov 2012 (#)

That's the way of the world Terry , we can't turn back the clock , but it doesn't mean the future can't be better , even for Invisible.I believe it can . Stella

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author avatar Terry Trainor
23rd Nov 2012 (#)

Invisible is like most people who have good and bad days.

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