Brain Game by Kevin Magnus


Brain Game
By: Kevin Magnus

I am trying to maintain a civil behavior,
But that attitude leaves in my mouth a nasty flavor.
To remain nice is becoming a much harder task,
If I were to have one, I'd drink from a flask.
Why must I play this silly Brain Game,
Since after all, I'm not the one to blame?
The face of error is not my fault,
You should learn to take criticism with a grain of salt.
Why must I play this stupid Brain Game,
When in the end, everything stays the same!
With the bitching and whining at an all time high,
The thought of tossing you from a building--could you fly?
It's becoming harder to contain my anger, all the time,
Can't I have a life that's just a little sublime?
Why must I play this frigging Brain Game?
Oh, hell, who cares--you don't even know my name!


About the Author

Kevin Magnus is a new submitter to the site'. He has just recently started writing poetry, and has found a new passion that he never knew was there.
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