Muscadine Lines: A Southern Journal

Silhouetted Psychosis

Tonelius Oliver

Afraid of what I'm going to say
Afraid of what I believe in
Undisplaced smiles make me search for reality
Silhouetted Psychosis makes the
bitter moon cry
Unidentified jealousy appears in abstract angles
Submitted Submission
Furry eyebrows stare at the sun
Sighfully yours until the sunset
Questioning silhouetted psychosis
Jeckyll/Hyde theories channel the moodswitch
In case you didn't know


Tonelius Oliver is a former freelance music journalist/poet with a collection of over three hundred poems. His recently published book is The Myth Stimuli.

© Tonelius Oliver

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