Poetry

Faster

Written by Jacob Ibrag

You swallow words of honesty. All signs present.

Narrow road leading towards a dead end. Faster. Giving

space for delusion. Faster. Rejecting the possibility of hurting

the one close to you. Faster. It’s better this way, you think.

Faster. Locking eyes with the one you’ve led. Crash.


Photographer Unknown

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23 comments on “Faster

  1. A man akin to lying, perhaps.

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  2. Beautiful! A man’s life spinning out of control because his mistakes. I love you end it with crash. An abrupt ending but an useful illustration. 😀

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  3. I always love your work; it is such a treat. I would love to hear any advice on how you stay motivated/inspired to write!

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  4. I really enjoyed this poem. The words definitely flow.

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  5. Wow, this one is so powerful. Lies certainly become the walls that will inevitably close in on us.

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  6. Exhilarating! I love your form it’s so unique.

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  7. Sometimes, we get so caught up, that we just, rushed through everything in our lives, either because we’re, running from something in our pasts, or that we simply, can’t slow down, and when we finally DO slow down, it’s usually, too late…

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  8. I love the way your poem is structured. The way the lines are longer in some places and shorter in others is quite pleasing to the eye. The contrast between longer sentences and the short one word ‘sentences’ is quite clever.

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  9. I really enjoyed this one!

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  10. This is great! I hope you decide to submit something to my poetry contest, I would love to read more of your work.

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