Prison short poem

Hidden within my locked mind
Are words that fight all the time
Each one a story to tell
All about my prison cell

I wish that sometimes
They could say
Happy times
Will come my way

But instead the words just fall
Like broken hearts
Upon the floor

Release my tongue
So I can say
This prison cell I shall break
No words can ever be locked in
My darkest mind full of sin

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Terry Watts

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Just an ordinary man who loves music films and anything that catches my eye. Have published my first poetry book earlier this year. Love to read other peoples work and find inspiration through almost anything in life.
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