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A Prison of Another's Making

written by: P.T. Corwin

 

Far from his untamed memory,
A prison of another's making,
Where they have wrenched his voice away,
But not his will, unbowed, unbroken,
While he, confined by walls of muted grey,
Remains condemned to silent aching,
Cries for the days his words flew free.

P. T. Corwin

P. T. Corwin

P. T. Corwin writes poetry, lyrics and short stories and hopes to one day gather the courage to finish a novel.
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